I am really confused about oversampling and upsampling. I know that upsampling means stretching our signal in time domain by a factor of K, then interpolating some values or using just zeros. As I found out stretching in time domain is shrinking in frequency domain by the same rate. For example, stretch by factor of 2 in time domain mean shrinking by factor of 2 in frequency domain.
Let talk about oversampling, we just increase the sampling frequency more than Nyquist rate. Then we have too much information. Is there any chance to have aliasing? I mean in time domain, lets say I am sampling my signal (frequency is 70 Hz) by sampling frequency equals to 280 Hz (Nyquist*2) so, is there aliasing in frequency domain? Sorry if my explanation is not clear. It is because I am bewildered with these concepts; oversampling, upsampling, downsampling, undersampling, critical sampling and aliasing.
theoretically, I know them but when it comes to practical view, I have serious problem.