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If your MP100 is set to sample at 100 sps, what is the maximum frequency that can be detected in the analog signal?

If the peak of a waveform is followed 500 ms later by a trough, what is the frequency of the waveform in Hz?

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    Did you end up figuring out the answer? I would also like to know what it is :)

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    for the second one, is it not:

    500ms= 0.5s
    then frequency= 1 cycle / 0.5s
    frequency= 2Hz

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    isn't it 1Hz, because it's from peak to trough, which is not one cycle!

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    No seriously....what's the answer for the first question??

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