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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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The municipality does not want any of the residents to be left without TV signals at the change-over from the analogue signal to the digital signal.
9 shows whether it is a failure of CAN equipment or analogue output equipment by reading the data stored in real-time and comparing CAN signal and analogue signal.
There is no information whether 100 000 viewers from those areas, who were relying solely on analogue signal before the switch-off have been able to subscribe either to cable, or satellite operator in order to be able to watch TV after September 30th, according to the Ministry of Transport.
It acts as a convertor, taking a digital wireless signal from your phone or tablet, and turning it into an analogue signal. As well Bluetooth connectivity, you can pair the unit via NFC if your mobile device supports it.
The government has promised to maintain the analogue signal until half of radio listening is via a DAB receiver, but the current figure stands at 31% Observers have speculated that up to 25 million cars could be left with no radio signal after the switchover but CAP is confident that the new car market will be fully geared to the change, whenever it occurs.
The news comes amid speculation the slow adoption of DAB by British radio listeners in general will force a delay in the analogue signal switch-off, which was originally planned for 2015.
They wrote: "It looks like the new Apple connection doesn't output an analogue signal, so any kit taking an analogue audio signal - and that's most of them - wouldn't work."
From September 7, Coventry's analogue TV transmitter will turn off and residents will no longer be able to receive their TV channels via the analogue signal.
WITH the analogue signal due to be turned off in September for the West Midlands area I wonder how many of us will end up with blank screens.
Under the scheme, broadcasters and network operators who meet certain criteria defined by the Slovak authorities are respectively entitled to a 50% contribution to the costs related to analogue signal transmission and the purchase or rental of temporary mobile analogue transmitters during the transition period when signals will be transmitted simultaneously in both analogue and digital form.
The aim of the campaign, initiated by the last Government, was to achieve 50% of radio listening via digital by 2013, allowing the present analogue signal to be switched off in 2015.
But digital television will not bring any benefits to people living in remote areas, who have not been able to get an analogue signal.