Digital

A way of encoding information. On digital networks, data doesn`t need to go though the extra step of being converted to an analog signal, voice is sampled and coded in a way similar to how it is recorded on a CD. Digital networks are fast replacing analog ones as they offer improved sound quality, secure transmission and can handle data directly as… ...

Digital

A series of coded pulses that, according to their absence or presence, can carry streams of data. Their format may use either discrete or separate physical levels.

Digital

(Audio) The system used to convert an normal analog sound into digital numbers that can be transmitted, then converted back into sound. The system used in compact audio disks.

Digital

(Lighting) The system used to convert the many outputs of a lighting desk into a single signal that can be transmitted over a small cable to the dimmer racks, thus saving an enormous weight and amount of lighting control cable.

digital

Indicates the representation of data by a series of bits or discrete values, such as 0s and 1s.
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Digital

(CONTROL SYSTEMS GLOSSARY) Digital devices transmit in bits, i.e. a series of binary numbers, to other parts of the system.
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Digital

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Opposite of analogue. Digital information is made up of a limited number of gradations (e.g. 256 colours, 8 bit). The change from one digital element to the next is always “step by step� and not continuous.
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digital

[adj] - displaying numbers rather than scale positions 2. [adj] - relating to or performed with the fingers 3. [adj] - (electronics) of a circuit or device that represents magnitudes in digits
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Digital

• (a.) Of or performance to the fingers, or to digits; done with the fingers; as, digital compression; digital examination.
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digital

adjective of a circuit or device that represents magnitudes in digits; `digital computer`
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digital

(computing) In electronics and computing, a term meaning `coded as numbers`. A digital system uses two-state, either on/off or high/low voltage pulses, to encode, receive, and transmit information. A digital display shows discrete values as numbers (as opposed to an analo...
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digital

[Adjective] Using an electronic signal to send information.
Example: Nowadays we live in a digital world.
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Digital

[Electronics Production] Electronic technology that generates, stores and processes data in terms of two states; positive and non-positive
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Digital

Dig'i·tal (dĭj'ĭ*t a l) adjective [ Latin digitals .] Of or pertaining to the fingers, or to digits; done with the fingers; as, digital compression; digital examination.
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Digital

A generic term applied to a whole range of electronic media and types of reproduction.
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Digital

A method of encoding information using a binary code of 0s and 1s from electrical pulses. Because di
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Digital

A method of encoding information. On digital networks, data does not first need to be converted to an analogue signal. Digital networks include mobile systems GSM, D-AMPS, CDMA, TDMA and UMTS and offer improved sound quality and enhanced transmission security when compared to analogue networks.
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Digital

A reference to a system whereby a continuously variable analog signal is reduced and encoded into discrete binary bits that establish a mathematical model of an original signal or other information.
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Digital

A system that defines data in a discrete, non-fluctuating (i.e., non-analogue), numerical method. Si
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Digital

A system whereby information is represented by binary digits, or 'bits.' Binary information has two states, '0' and '1,'or 'on' and 'off,' and can thus be easily processed by electronic systems. Analog information can be converted to and from digital information via devices called 'Analog to Digital Converters' or 'Digital to Analog Converters.' Di...
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digital

A watch that uses an LCD display to show the time rather than hands
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Digital

Binary format.
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Digital

Computer formatted data or information.
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Digital

Data or voltages consisting of discrete steps or levels. Data which is expressed as numbers (digits) in computer readable form is said to be digital.
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Digital

Describes the use of digital pulses, signals or values to represent data in computer graphics, telecommunications systems and word processing.
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