Definition of Digital Signal

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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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