### Find the value of fs so that the reconstructed signal

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consider the back to back cascade of an ideal C to D and D to C converter. Both have the same sampling rate fs. Suppose that the signal being sampled is:

x(t) = cos(324*pi*t - pi/4) + cos(80*pi*t - pi/4)

Find the value of fs so that the reconstructed signal is

x(t) = sqrt(2)cos(21*pi*t)

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