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12. Digital Electronics

Farzin Asadi1, 2  
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Maltepe University, Istanbul, Türkiye
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Beykent University, Istanbul, Türkiye
A signal for conveying information which is a continuous function of time is known as analog signal (Figure 12-1). A digital signal is a signal that represents data as a sequence of binary values (Figure 12-2). In each instant of time, a digital signal can take only one of the two values. The allowed two values are called high and low ...

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