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** Nyquist criterion **

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*Nyquist criterion* may refer to:

· Nyquist stability criterion, a graphical technique for determining the
stability of a feedback control system
· Nyquist frequency, ½ of the sampling rate of a discrete signal
processing system
· Nyquist rate, a rate used in signal processing
· Nyquist ISI criterion, a condition to avoid intersymbol interference.

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