## Theoretical and Practical Limits of Measurement Accuracy: 2nd Symposium of the IMEKO Technical Committee on Metrology--TC8 : Proceedings |

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The /2/ formula means a weighted averaging of the observed series. This gives

the idea that /2/ could increase the . resolution of Xo. even in the case of coarsely

The /2/ formula means a weighted averaging of the observed series. This gives

the idea that /2/ could increase the . resolution of Xo. even in the case of coarsely

**quantized**fx.^ series. In the following we shall deal with this question 1 in detail.Page 94

For great sampling frequencies the samples describe the

well, so the change of N does not influence the variance any more. So a diagram

like Fig. 2. may be expected /continuous line/. This "saturation" can be eliminated

...

For great sampling frequencies the samples describe the

**quantized**signal verywell, so the change of N does not influence the variance any more. So a diagram

like Fig. 2. may be expected /continuous line/. This "saturation" can be eliminated

...

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M, sat since the increase of M increases approximately linearly the "frequency" of

the

double as much "sawtee'th"/ , and so the

M, sat since the increase of M increases approximately linearly the "frequency" of

the

**quantization**error /double as much quantum levels yield approximatelydouble as much "sawtee'th"/ , and so the

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