Sampling Rate Calculator

The sampling rate is a measure of how often a waveform is sampled. If it is sampled once every 10 seconds then the sampling rate is 0.1 Hz.

To calculate the sampling rate enter:

  • Number of samples (NS)
  • Time period over which the samples were collected (TS)


Sampling rate = NS/TS

Example Calculation

If 1000 samples are collected over a time period of 5 seconds, the sampling rate is 200 samples per second.

An important specification for an Analog-to-digital converter is its sampling rate. The AD9670 for instance, has a maximum sampling rate of 125*106 samples per second.