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AnsAnalog Signals: The value range is infinite. The values depend on the type of signal used. Can be considered as any continuous signal related to time. Example: - A recorder is an analog system as it accepts voice hich is a analog signal. The !uman voice has a range from "# !$ to "# %!$ &igital Signal: - The values are finite and in most systems limited to ones and $eros. 'ts discrete time varying signal. Example: - A signal generated hen you press a button or %eypad is a digital signal. 't is limited to ones and $eros

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