p...@phk.freebsd.dk said:
>> Hmm... do you mean you want to store all samples of an hour and then
>> avarage over it?

> That would be the ideal way to do it, since it would make one heck of a comb
> filter and eliminate pretty much anything else. 

That only works if your reference clock is stable enough over the collecting 

I'm far from a DSP wizard.  Assume I have a signal at 100 kHz with a 
bandwidth of 1 kHz.  (or pick any numbers you like)  How many samples per 
second do I need?  How stable does my sampling clock need to be if I collect 
data for for N seconds?

Is "stable" the right term?  What's the right way to think about the question 
I'm trying to ask?

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