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Waveform Reconstruction From Samples

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Ever wondered how a sampled wave gets turned back into an analog wave for your speakers? The answer is not as simple as you may think.

In doing my own research I ran into a lot of maths and explanations that took me some time to fully understand and appreciate. The goal of this article is to explain one method for reconstructing a waveform from samples, presented in a way that should be consumable by…

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Elliot Chance

Elliot Chance

I’m a data nerd and TDD enthusiast originally from Sydney. Currently working for Uber in New York. My thoughts here are my own. 🤓 elliotchance@gmail.com

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