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 Posted: Apr 20th, 2008 10:07 PM
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Keith Clark

Joined: Dec 31st, 2006
Location: Clearwater, Florida USA
Posts: 1637
Thats a good thought Mark, and if I were to guess I'd say that the higher the frequency, the better the likelihood of a good quality picture.

Unfortunately, most of my equipment doesn't surpass 22050 or 48Khz, so I don't have much choice. To be sure, experiments in ultrasonics may be very interesting. I've also noticed that it is easier for them to affect frequencies in the lf and vlf ranges - but the spectrogram software can't zoom in on this very well.

Talk to you soon,