I can take this low frequency band, and fur, further split it into two.

I can take this high-frequency and further split it into two.

So, in this particular example, I end up with two, four, six, eight

different sub-bands, and they have the name of, of this [UNKNOWN] essence.

So this is the LLL band, it, only low pass

filters were applied to this one to, to obtain this band.

While this one, if the first filter's low pass the

second is low pass but the third one is high pass.

So pretty much we have all eight combinations of these different letters.

And the last one is HHH.

So the, the, the filter was filtered three times

by how, high pass filter to give us this band.

And this band is here, the highest frequency band.

The first band is down here, the lowest frequency, and so on and so forth.

So, again, having one good pair of decomposition, I can cascade it

this way, and I end up in an equal rate as shown here.

Obtain as many bands as I want in this multiband decomposition system.

And since this pair has also its reconstruction,

perfect reconstruction pair, I can also go from

this eight band decomposition here, for example, to

perfect reconstruction using the pairs that I started with.