analog signal

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analog signal

[′an·əl‚äg ′sig·nəl]
(electronics)
A nominally continuous electrical signal that varies in amplitude or frequency in response to changes in sound, light, heat, position, or pressure.
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This textbook explains aspects of analog electronic circuits, focusing on the fundamentals of analog signals, devices, and circuits; the basic applications of analog devices and circuits; and recent developments of analog devices and their applications.
Siemens SM 1231 analog input signal modules convert analog signals from the process into digital signals for internal processing by the SIMATIC S7-1200.
Knick says input voltages ranging from 10 to 3600 V AC can be safely measured and converted to standard DC analog signals (0...
Also, it is required to diagnose a failure with those individually manufactured failure diagnosis for each B-CAN communication module or check analog signals generated by each B-CAN module by using such an analog signal test equipment as multi-meter or oscilloscope.
The need for higher performance in all technology segments from consumer to military, is relentlessly pushing the bandwidth limits of the analog signals that carry information through the physical universe.
The product is designed for sampling bandwidth analog signals up to the second Nyquist zone.
This allows for the consolidation of multiple analog signals from level sensors across a bank of vessels into one digital signal that can be brought back to the plant wirelessly.
equipment test beds and other applications that monitor high-frequency analog signals and rapidly switch digital outputs in response to changing analog value.
The HC had earlier given a temporary extension to March 31 deadline and had asked the authorities to continue analog signals till April 16.
A high-quality, low noise amplifier and subsequent 24 bit A/D converter provide for high resolution digital signals comparable to analog signals and high signal-to-noise-ratios.
With few exceptions - the only one in Central Massachusetts is Leicester-based WCRN-LT, channel 34, a so-called low power station - television stations will stop broadcasting analog signals.