analog signal

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analog signal

a continuous electric signal representing a specific condition, such as temperature, electrocardiogram waveforms, telephones, or computer modems.
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But in many cities where they are claiming 100 per cent digitisation, analog signals have not gone off completely.
A newer, alternative approach to analog cryptography involves dividing an analog signal into small pieces, then using a relatively new mathematical technique known as wavelet analysis to break each piece up into its components.