Analog Signal

The representation of information through a continuous signal, with variable physical quanties(i.e sound waves through air). Analog systems take advantage of the physical properties of the medium to convey information through it. Analog signals theoretically hold infinite resolution, though in practice effects from distortion and interference limit resolution, as opposed to digital systems with definite and finite values. See also: Digital, Binary

Analog Signal was last modified: February 1st, 2017 by James Piedra