analog network

analog network

[′an·əl‚äg ′net‚wərk]
(electronics)
A circuit designed so that circuit variables such as voltages are proportional to the values of variables in a system under study.
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Supports 500+ simultaneous bulk call generation with multiple T1/E1 cards in digital network and can also simulate more than 500+ analog lines in Analog network
Combined with analog network coding, an efficient amplify-and-forward (AFNC) scheme for deep space multi-relay network communication is proposed, where non-source nodes allow to combine its received messages according to the coding coefficients chosen random or fixed before transmission.
In the physical layer, the analog network coding can combine different signals to improve the bandwidth utilization.
Cuatro, the other analog network launched during the boom of the 2005-06 season, is already part of Mediaset Espana.
This will not be mandatory until the analog network is switched off on July 1st 2011.
This ex-TelePiu network was acquired by Tarak Ben Ammar, which entitled him to own frequencies for a digital network (with each analog network, owners are entitled to frequencies for a digital network).
Older cellular phones, and certain CDMA phones when in rural areas, however, use analog networks. Be aware that when you use a mobile phone in a rural area, your signal might roam onto an analog network.
This means the phone can switch onto an analog network when you leave your designated calling area.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-21 January 2002-Local Finnish telephone company wants to broadcast digital channel in analog network (C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
The Chinese mobile giant, meanwhile, announced a write-off of 1.53 billion yuan for its outdated analog network equipment in last year's financial results, as compared to 8.24 billion yuan in 1999.
In fact, I was told, in such cases the phone would use the Cellular One analog network, available to AT&T by contract for this purpose.
Our analog network supported a wide range of bandwidth-intensive interoffice voice and data applications.