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Digital Signal The term 'Digital Signal ' as it applies to the area of digital television can be defined as ' A signal that takes on only two values — off or on — typically represented by '0' or '1.' Digital signals require less power but typically more bandwidth than analog, and copies of digital signals can be made exactly like the original'.
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