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Lecture 4 Part 1 Signal

Lecture 4 Part 1 Signal

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3.1
Chapter 3Data and Signals
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To be transmitted, data must betransformed to electromagnetic signals.
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3-1 ANALOG AND DIGITAL3-1 ANALOG AND DIGITAL
 Data can be Data can beanalog analog or or digital digital  . The term . The termanalog dataanalog datarefersrefersto information that is continuous;to information that is continuous;digital datadigital datarefers torefers toinformation that has discrete states. Analog data take oninformation that has discrete states. Analog data take oncontinuous values. Digital data take on discrete values.continuous values. Digital data take on discrete values.
Analog and Digital DataAnalog and Digital SignalsPeriodic and Nonperiodic Signals
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