#### Processingdata

##### Newbie

Hello,

I'm posting here because I don't understand why when we have a signal, let's say a voltage, why the units of its sampled version are Volts multiplied by Hertz and not just only Volts? It's something I've seen in my course and this is what our teacher taught us but it's doesn't make sense to me.

He also taught us than the unit of the Z-Transform of this sampled signal is in Volts (whereas to me it's would have been more logical to have V.Hz for this one).

It would be nice if you could help me.

Thank you.

I'm posting here because I don't understand why when we have a signal, let's say a voltage, why the units of its sampled version are Volts multiplied by Hertz and not just only Volts? It's something I've seen in my course and this is what our teacher taught us but it's doesn't make sense to me.

He also taught us than the unit of the Z-Transform of this sampled signal is in Volts (whereas to me it's would have been more logical to have V.Hz for this one).

It would be nice if you could help me.

Thank you.

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