analog data


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analog data

[′an·əl‚äg ′dad·ə]
(computer science)
Data represented in a continuous form, as contrasted with digital data having discrete values.

analog data

Data that is recorded in a form that is similar to its original structure. Contrast with digital data. See analog.
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Based on this large amount of information stored, through carrying out operations on the efficient analog data, it is possible to reduce the energy consumption as the amount of data to be processed increases.
The system can send digital or analog data as SMS text messages for remote alarming.
2 Gsps (AT84AS008GL) analog data converters, digitizing system designers (high speed data acquisition, instrumentation, wireless, telecom, military) are faced with the difficulty of easily interfacing Giga sample data rates with off-the-shelf FPGAs and DSPs.
Digital data are a representation of the analog data in a format that can be used by a computer.
In addition, existing analog data on videotapes can be converted to digital data using PACP standards,
For years, organizations struggled with analog data.
By the time we got through with analog voice and analog data circuits, modems and log modems, we had spent as much money as we do with one 56-kb/s digital line," says Fromme.
The Informant employs non-volatile memory to record across 22 channels - 16 channels of digital data and six channels of analog data.
2) Conversion and the inclusion of digital data system (with the transfer of the history of changes), and processing digital data from a resource and inclusion System digitized analog data,
With it will be a new digital recording system for high-speed acquisition, as well as the DAS 4000--a system that not only records analog data during impact tests but also can control the instrument (the new Resil 50 and other Ceast impact testers) during test execution.
The regionally located Datalok master stations, using Hewlett-Packard HP-1000 computers under the control of technician/operators, collect alarm information and analog data from the remote sites within the region's maintenance territory.