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Digital technics

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my question is A signal of frequency 10kHz is being digitized by an A/D converter. A possible sampling time which can is 1. 100 micro second 2. 40 micro second 3. 60 micro second 4. 200 micro second.

Which is the correct option.

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Closed as per community consensus as the post is Too low level.
asked Apr 25, 2012 in Closed Questions by Naushaba Hawari (-10 points) [ no revision ]
closed Apr 6, 2014 as per community consensus
Naushaba, the right place for your question is [here](http://physics.stackexchange.com/). Could you please move it?

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This site is for research-level questions in physics, see [FAQ](http://theoreticalphysics.stackexchange.com/faq).

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