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Data acquisition system

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saurav_sdpl

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Hi,

Please tell if i am correct or not , if i have a DAQ ,24-Bit, 204.8 kS/s

what is the maximum input signal frequency it can handle, whether it will be >50Khz or not.

I think it can handle
Plz confirm this query
 

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actually, a DAQ system can measure any frequency, but the result might be garbage.

in this case, the sample rate is ~205KS/s, the signal frequency is up to your requirement. if you want to observe the frequency domain only, the input signal can up to half of your sampling rate, but if you hope to see the time domain result, it would be better if you keep the sample rate greater than 10 times the signal frequency.

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