# Translations:Delay in general/26/en

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How many wavelets can be generated from *N* dipoles? If every two-length wavelet in a group of *N* dipoles is distinct, there are possible (*N* + 1)-length wavelets that can be generated by taking one two-length wavelet from each dipole. Of course, if some of the two-length wavelets are not distinct, some of the (*N* + 1)-length wavelets will not be distinct either. In any case, all the (*N* + 1)-length wavelets generated in this way from one group of dipoles will have the same autocorrelation. These (*N* + 1)-length wavelets, so generated, are said to belong to a suite of wavelets all with the same autocorrelation.