analog vs digital

analog digital

Definitions

  • 1) countable, biology an organ or structure that is similar in function to one in another kind of organism but is of dissimilar evolutionary origin
  • 2) countable something that bears an analogy to something else
  • 3) countable, biology an organ or structure that is similar in function to one in another kind of organism but is of dissimilar evolutionary origin
  • 4) countable something that bears an analogy to something else
  • 5) chemistry a structural derivative of a parent compound that often differs from it by a single element
  • 6) chemistry a structural derivative of a parent compound that often differs from it by a single element
  • 7) Biology An organ or structure that is similar in function to one in another kind of organism but is of dissimilar evolutionary origin.
  • 8) Biology An organ or structure that is similar in function to one in another kind of organism but is of dissimilar evolutionary origin.
  • 9) Something that bears an analogy to something else; something that is comparable.
  • 10) Chemistry A structural derivative of a parent compound that often differs from it by a single element.
  • 11) Chemistry A structural derivative of a parent compound that often differs from it by a single element.
  • 12) something having the property of being analogous to something else
  • 13) A simplified spelling of analogue.
  • 14) of a device or system in which the value of a data item (such as time) is represented by a continuously variable physical quantity that can be measured (such as the shadow of a sundial)
  • 15) of a device or system in which the value of a data item (such as time) is represented by a continuously variable physical quantity that can be measured (such as the shadow of a sundial)
  • 16) Of, relating to, or being a device in which data or a signal is represented by continuously variable, measurable, physical quantities, such as length, width, voltage, or pressure.
  • 17) of a circuit or device having an output that is proportional to the input

Definitions

  • 1) A key played with the finger, as on a piano.
  • 2) One of the keys or finger-levers of instruments of the organ or piano class.
  • 3) One of those primaries, or quill-feathers, most commonly four in number, which are attached to the phalanges of the second and third digits of a bird's wing.
  • 4) A digit; a finger or toe.
  • 5) The fifth and last joint of the pedipalp of a spider.
  • 6) Having to do with digits (fingers or toes); performed with a finger.
  • 7) Of or relating to computers or the Computer Age.
  • 8) Property of representing values as discrete numbers rather than a continuous spectrum.
  • 9) Relating to or resembling a digit, especially a finger.
  • 10) Using or giving a reading in digits.
  • 11) Expressed in discrete numerical form, especially for use by a computer or other electronic device.
  • 12) Having digits.
  • 13) Relating to or being a profession or activity that is performed using digital devices.
  • 14) Relating to or being a service that provides information expressed in discrete numerical form.
  • 15) Relating to or being a device that can generate, record, process, receive, transmit, or display information that is represented in discrete numerical form.
  • 16) Characterized by widespread use of computers.
  • 17) Operated or done with the fingers.
  • 18) (Computers) performing internal logical and arithmetic operations by means of digits, usually represented as binary numbers. Contrasted to analog, wherein variables are represented as coninuous physical quantities such as voltages or the position of a pointer on a continuous scale.
  • 19) of or pertaining to digits{3}; expressed in digits{3}, or using digits{3}.
  • 20) (Computers) performing internal logical and arithmetic operations by means of digits, usually represented as binary numbers. Contrasted to analog, wherein variables are represented as coninuous physical quantities such as voltages or the position of a pointer on a continuous scale.
  • 21) Of or pertaining to the fingers; done with the fingers
  • 22) displaying numbers rather than scale positions
  • 23) of a circuit or device that represents magnitudes in digits
  • 24) relating to or performed with the fingers
  • 25) Resembling digits; digitate.
  • 26) Of or pertaining to a digit or digits: as, the digital phalanges.

Examples

  • 1) KR: The word 'analog' represents something antiquated, original, and undeniably human.
  • 2) Back then, everything was recorded in analog, and it made it all have slight distortions here and there, and it sounded very raw and gritty.
  • 3) The above is going to require cable companies to either continue to transmit broadcast channels in analog or provide cable boxes to those customers like myself.
  • 4) This has been true in analog times — the relationship between library and writer is a paragon of consumerism — and is even more pronounced in our digital environment.
  • 5) ‘Boxes are required to translate the digital binary code back to analog signals for viewing.’
  • 6) ‘The CODEC then converts the digital FM audio signal into an analog waveform for conversion to sound.’
  • 7) ‘For example, analogue computers represent physical quantities using ‘continuously varying’ voltages.’
  • 8) ‘The DSL signal is an analog signal in the bandwidth of 80 KHz to 1.1 MHz.’
  • 9) ‘A D / A converter circuit that converts a digital signal to an analog signal within a short period of time.’
  • 10) ‘A digital-to-analog converter converts the digital signals into analog signals.’
  • 11) ‘In another aspect, in a device such as a printer, an encoder system method initializes the system without converting analog signal levels into corresponding digital values.’
  • 12) ‘Today, with the proliferation of fiber to the home and fiber to the business, the conversion of digital voice into analog signals can be handled inside the subscriber's building.’
  • 13) ‘Segments of the binary number are thermometer encoded and complemented to provide signals to drive analog conversion circuitry.’
  • 14) ‘A detector detects a digital sample of the recorded analog signals as corresponding to one of the maximum likelihood states.’
  • 15) ‘ADC provides a single cable through which power, USB connectivity and both analog and digital video signals can be passed from Mac to monitor.’
  • 16) ‘I could get an analog signal but not HD, supposedly due to a software conflict.’
  • 17) ‘The interface produces an input signal in response to the analog signal.’
  • 18) ‘To think that's an analog TV signal model that's going to continue the way it is now is not right.’
  • 19) ‘This could throw out plans by the Federal Communication Committee to switch off the analogue signal some time around 2006.’
  • 20) ‘Modulation involves raising or lowering the frequency of the carrier wave in proportion to the analogue signal.’
  • 21) ‘Broadcasters will be able to try to leverage retransmission consent of their analog signal to get cable operators to carry their complete digital signals.’
  • 22) ‘The so-called analog, one-channel version of television will soon be as archaic as a 1950 Studebaker.’
  • 23) ‘A German photographer decided to test how a high-quality inkjet print would compare with a high-quality analog print.’
  • 24) ‘The issue is that at present there is little or no way to stop people copying music into a digital format from an earlier analogue version of it.’
  • 25) ‘Now I watch the second hand on my analog clock swoop around with the tiniest of pauses, and I wonder how it will look after another thirty years goes by.’
  • 26) ‘Apart from the dubious analogue stopwatch that blights the top of the dashboard, the SCP includes a fortified ECU map that allows 10 seconds of over-boost on full throttle.’
  • 27) ‘This was the famous Philips 1500 model, made in Austria, with the piano key controls, analogue clock and top loading.’
  • 28) ‘He noted the white, square, analog clock that was hung from above the wall of is station.’
  • 29) ‘The old electric analogue clock stopped at the moment it hit the floor, reading 8: 57 am.’
  • 30) ‘What was the point of having a super-expensive analogue watch that was accurate to within half a second every twenty years, if that half a second was probably wrong?’
  • 31) ‘We'll take steady progress and a genuine analogue clock instead.’
  • 32) ‘Somebody's analog watch was sounding very loudly.’
  • 33) ‘I already have a nice analog watch for dressy occasions.’
  • 34) ‘An analog clock face hung on the wall across from me.’
  • 35) ‘He held a staff, which was adorned with a large analog clock.’
  • 36) ‘There's good advice in this thread about shoes, belts, a nice analog watch, and a good-looking bag for your stuff.’
  • 37) ‘It was an analog watch and it wasn't even a normal one at that.’
  • 38) ‘On the wall across his desk sits an analog clock, a bloodless white against the deep red painted background.’
  • 39) ‘Wincing as a sliver of pain traveled down his body, he looked over to the little analog clock set beside the desk lamp.’
  • 40) ‘They have software to turn the face into an analog clock.’
  • 41) ‘In analog clocks, it's usually a knob that allows you to turn the hands yourself.’
  • 42) ‘He'd never been very good with analog watches and it always left him with a moment of panic to see the hands in a new configuration.’
  • 43) ‘One feature that seemed to be no more than a drain on the battery was the analog clock.’
  • 44) ‘No buttons should be used under water and the crown of an analogue watch should not be pulled out when the watch is wet.’
  • 45) ‘analogue skills will be rendered useless as more industries take up information technology.’
  • 46) ‘In many cases, the digital equivalent, or digitally enhanced version of a particular activity, can appropriately be taught alongside the analogue skills.’
  • 47) ‘Is there value in holding these analogue skills in reading, writing and remembering?’
  • 48) ‘These aren't just any sketchers, but rather ones who occasionally forgo the temptation to use a tablet so they can keep their analog skills sharp.’
  • 49) ‘Pure, distilled analogue printing done by hand, in the dark room.’
  • 50) ‘He was taken back to the original analog stage by hand crafting the final shape.’
  • 51) ‘Going analogue to get organised in 2016 requires that you write tasks out over and over by hand.’
  • 52) ‘How gratifying it is to be working with analogue, manual controls—to see the mechanics at work, rather than trust to invisible and incomprehensible quantum wizardry.’
  • 53) ‘A gruelling 4 year exam testing their analogue skills’
  • 54) ‘MIDI technology and digital synths have replaced creaky old unreliable analogue methods.’
  • 55) ‘The theater photographs can be read as an analogue for both the interior of a still camera and the womb.’
  • 56) ‘Murphy can use other preindustrial crafts (hunting, sailing, animal husbandry) as subjects and analogues for similarly well-made poems.’
  • 57) ‘Each makes perfect sense when seen in isolation, but will nevertheless benefit from being viewed alongside its analogues, since detailed comparisons will then become possible.’
  • 58) ‘‘By comparison to analogues on Earth, these bodies of water move around and are small and are susceptible to climate change,’ Rubin added.’
  • 59) ‘The module's design favorably compares with existing analogues by its universality.’
  • 60) ‘The picture quality and the audio clarity are far better as compared with the analog.’
  • 61) ‘Several of the ‘translations’ do not have even remotely similar analogues in the Lorca catalogue.’
  • 62) ‘It may be possible to find correspondances and analogues between various component types (semiconductor, frequency transformer, capacitor, etc) and different kinds of people.’
  • 63) ‘What you might not have expected, however, is that the words that describe these organisms are every bit the equal of their visual analogues.’
  • 64) ‘The transformation of American parties into analogues of their ideologically driven European counterparts has the effect of mobilizing voters by philosophical affinity rather than partisan affiliation.’
  • 65) ‘After reading of the service levels in these cafes, I was briefly inspired to seek out the cafes in Dunedin which might be our analogues - perhaps Nova Cafe in the Octagon has the most similar style and feel to a French cafe from the 1950's.’
  • 66) ‘At one end of the spectrum are the descendants of the PC hobbyists, or their online analogues caught up within more sophisticated design strategies of the mod community in massively multiplayer online games as described by JC Herz.’
  • 67) ‘In doing so, Hoberman finds parallels between the paranoia films of the period and the Bay of Pigs, for example; and between foreign policy analogues like The Magnificent Seven and the US involvement in South Asia.’
  • 68) ‘I ended up explaining to one of them that Christian philosophy had sizable origins in Neo-Platonist collisions with the Semitic tradition, and that it had incredible analogues with some aspects of Dionysian Mystery cults.’
  • 69) ‘According to the computer trade representatives, the state can use programme products with a free code, doing it practically free of charge or at prices that are dozens of times lower than their commercial analogues.’
  • 70) ‘Raban suggested that analogues might be novels set in an English country home in July 1939, or amidst some Anglo Saxons, somehow unaware of the Norman, in 1065!’
  • 71) ‘M. Ferrand survives where his English counterpart has disappeared because change has not overwhelmed him with the suddenness that it has overtaken his analogues in Britain.’
  • 72) ‘Where are the other religions, the corporations, the military… it is depicted solely as the Christian church with no acceptable analogues to anything else.’
  • 73) ‘But while all of these have pretty obvious analogues to our culture, there's a fair amount of ambiguity as to who're the villains and who're the heroes.’
  • 74) ‘Those companies are not good analogues for Google.’
  • 75) ‘This produces the aldehyde analogue, methanal (acetaldehyde).’
  • 76) ‘The presence of this molecule or closely related analogues induces the production of the purple pigment violacein.’
  • 77) ‘Using synthetic analogs of lerisetron as molecular probes in combination with site directed mutagenesis, we have identified some of these interactions and have proposed a model of the lerisetron binding site.’
  • 78) ‘By creating analogs of nucleotides, she and her research group made drugs that treat acute leukemia and kidney plant rejection.’
  • 79) ‘These analogues have similar properties to pyrophosphate, but unlike pyrophosphate they are resistant to enzymatic degradation.’

Examples

  • 1) There are new degrees in digital games and computing for games.
  • 2) Yet he retains posthumous influence in the digital age.
  • 3) Black or white like a boring digital display.
  • 4) One of the downsides of the digital age is that practical jokers have become far more ambitious.
  • 5) We need to transition, we need to adapt to the digital revolution.
  • 6) Two new digital services to help patients access urgent care have been launched in Lincolnshire.
  • 7) My local council is working with Openreach and the digital revolution funders.
  • 8) But the kiosks, funded by adverts on their digital displays, will take up less pavement space.
  • 9) A visit, whether in the real world or the digital one, needs to feel worth our while.
  • 10) A digital revolution, with new digital currencies and platforms that will challenge the existing big banks and the regulators, is already under way.
  • 11) This is part of the digital revolution.
  • 12) The rise in digital spending may give media buyers an opportunity to hang on to these sweeteners.
  • 13) So what does it take to be a librarian in the digital age?
  • 14) You could also win of one of five digital cameras.
  • 15) They include measures to crack down on illegal digital music file sharing.
  • 16) They also dislike digital technology and its potential to be used to spy on citizens.
  • 17) The digital display can be tailored to your needs.
  • 18) More efficient business models will also emerge from the digital revolution.
  • 19) Over the coming weeks you will received information about tuning in to the new digital age.
  • 20) Only three in ten homes have at least one digital radio set.
  • 21) Many are being disrupted by technology and digital innovation.
  • 22) Next comes the digital display where your dashboard normally sits.
  • 23) He acknowledges that music faces real challenges in a digital age.
  • 24) We are highlighting how management consultancies are helping clients take advantage of the enormous opportunities of digital technology.
  • 25) The most exciting aspect of the digital revolution is the role that technology can play in changing society positively.
  • 26) The description of his early life as a digital rebel is one of the most gripping parts of his book.
  • 27) The digital age presents new irritations.
  • 28) For the first time, we know what the true demand for digital music looks like.
  • 29) While the technology gallops ahead we have not built the social conventions to manage how new forms of digital data should be used.
  • 30) Cards were most often spent on digital music, books and films.
  • 31) Keep your mind active and engaged, from new digital technology through to new attitudes.
  • 32) Our digital archive gives you access to 200 years of Times journalism.
  • 33) It is a price worth paying, though, as digital gives listeners more choice.
  • 34) Millions of homes have already switched to digital TV, which delivers its signal in a different way.
  • 35) Your sample picture shows white clipped at ~108IRE (digital 256) but black level around 15IRE (~digital 32).
  • 36) The term "digital nervous system" was popularized in the 1990s -- the idea that a computer network can fulfill the same functions as the human nervous system.
  • 37) The term digital divide indicates those individuals who are advantaged versus those who are relatively disadvantaged by the Internet and helps illuminate our understanding of inequality in the consequences of innovation.
  • 38) The term "digital divide" used to refer to whether classrooms had computers connected to the Internet.
  • 39) Some people use the phrase "digital literacy" for skills with digital tools.
  • 40) Ms. MacKinnon deploys the phrase "digital bonapartism" to describe the policy of strong-arm leaders who use the Internet to seek legitimacy, for instance by crowdsourcing input on new laws or using pro-government bloggers to slur out-of-favor officials.
  • 41) I was disappointed in this video for the definition given to the term digital story.
  • 42) ‘The digital signal is converted back to an analog one when it reaches its destination.’
  • 43) ‘The receiving modem translates the analog signals back to digital form.’
  • 44) ‘Boxes are required to translate the digital binary code back to analog signals for viewing.’
  • 45) ‘Value has no digital output, but it has two pairs of analog channels.’
  • 46) ‘Everyone knows the future of music is away from physical media and into digital.’
  • 47) ‘The company will begin shipping the digital signal processor by the middle of next year, she said.’
  • 48) ‘Most Australians, if they want to invest in the hardware, can pick up a digital signal.’
  • 49) ‘His fascination with radio lead him to try to find a technical solution to transmitting digital information using microwaves.’
  • 50) ‘In the flood of digital information there are real reasons for what may be described as an increase in capacity and a decrease in content.’
  • 51) ‘I do not think for one minute that my taking this action will have any effect on our digital signal strength.’
  • 52) ‘A digital signal would not occupy too much space, so this could in fact be pretty good.’
  • 53) ‘This is the problem I have with most personal digital assistants and cell phones that do video.’
  • 54) ‘Students are to gather digital information with cameras and laptops on visits to waste management sites in the district.’
  • 55) ‘Standard batteries can power digital cellphones for several hours of transmission or days of standby operation.’
  • 56) ‘We are also focusing on linking the mobile handset to control digital appliances in the home.’
  • 57) ‘The acronyms represent some of the common file formats of digital music found on the Internet.’
  • 58) ‘It can play current digital video cassette tapes for format compatibility with older models.’
  • 59) ‘We then picked out a new digital cordless, with an extra handset, and paid just £25 for it.’
  • 60) ‘A digital sound system will provide a thrilling accompaniment to the show.’
  • 61) ‘Cellphones and personal digital assistants contain hazardous materials too.’
  • 62) ‘On top of this, this whole situation elevates the issue of computer security and thus Internet technology and the digital world.’
  • 63) ‘With technologies merging and the digital revolution moving in, a closer look at movie-making seems timely.’
  • 64) ‘Readers have remarked before how some digital technology mavens merely acquire, and never seem to listen to what they hoard.’
  • 65) ‘There is renewed optimism about the potential of the Internet and digital technologies.’
  • 66) ‘Many of our everyday practices involve the appropriation of digital technologies.’
  • 67) ‘While the book long bound these together, digital technologies are picking at the seams.’
  • 68) ‘He said that there had been a proliferation, matching the speed of the digital revolution, of conflict in the virtual space.’
  • 69) ‘Talking to accountants and money-hungry businessmen every day has taken the edge off the digital revolution.’
  • 70) ‘The media establishment is still having trouble coming to terms with the digital revolution.’
  • 71) ‘Sport will change along with this and will be modified by the introduction of digital technology and the Internet.’
  • 72) ‘The second aspect is the nature of digital technology and the Internet.’
  • 73) ‘They eagerly welcome new opportunities that are provided by digital technology and the internet.’
  • 74) ‘This, it could be argued, is a good example of how the internet and digital world is educating all of us.’
  • 75) ‘Is it coincidence that our generation is infatuated with digital watches and clocks?’
  • 76) ‘I sink down in my seat, and watch the digital clock on the dashboard count away.’
  • 77) ‘They were betting on the temperature displayed on a digital clock across Liberty Street.’
  • 78) ‘Hell, when compared to clam digging, watching the numbers change on a digital clock is fun.’
  • 79) ‘He checked his watch and blinked twice when the green digital clock told him it was half past eleven.’
  • 80) ‘I watch the minutes change on the digital clock on the nightstand next to my side of the bed.’
  • 81) ‘I wouldn't have a digital clock in the house and I have never owned a digital watch.’
  • 82) ‘Friday night came and in the absence of a digital watch I synchronised my mobile phone clock.’
  • 83) ‘She glanced at the small digital clock readout on her wrist before getting back to her feet.’
  • 84) ‘A five-hundred piece jigsaw puzzle and a digital clock radio are good finds for a dollar store.’
  • 85) ‘I glanced at my digital clock radio on my nightstand and decided I had a little over five hours to get ready before we had to leave.’
  • 86) ‘Before the digital stopwatch, when you timed something, you had to do it on a wacky round device that ticked and was just as hard to read as a wall clock.’
  • 87) ‘After that was done, I glanced at the digital clock on the microwave and headed up for a quick shower.’
  • 88) ‘A text that described how to set a digital clock was used as a practice text.’
  • 89) ‘After shooting a glance at the digital clock on her nightstand she saw that her friend was indeed right.’
  • 90) ‘My eyes were glued to the digital clock in the family room.’
  • 91) ‘The digital clock near my bedside read ten o'clock, ushering in my time to leave for school.’
  • 92) ‘I see it as folks who prefer digital watches, and don't find anything else to their liking.’
  • 93) ‘At that moment the TV clock appeared on the screen once more, corrected, but not exactly in accord with the digital clock.’
  • 94) ‘However, it turned out that digital watches needed two hands as well - one to wear them on and one to press the button to find out what the time was.’
  • 95) ‘The saphenous sometimes provides the medial dorsal digital nerve to the great toe.’
  • 96) ‘Fifteen percent of colorectal cancers can be detected by digital rectal examination.’
  • 97) ‘Biopsy rates reflect the intensity of screening with digital rectal examinations as well as prostate specific antigen.’
  • 98) ‘The difficulty with digital examination of the cervix is the lack of consistency between examinations and examiners.’
  • 99) ‘A digital rectal exam should be performed to determine the presence of a distal lesion.’
  • 100) ‘In males, the prostate should be palpated in addition to digital assessment of the anal canal.’
  • 101) ‘Enlargement of the prostate can be diagnosed by the symptoms and digital rectal examination.’
  • 102) ‘In a truly thorough palpation, you should do a digital examination in both positions.’
  • 103) ‘Avoid digital exams if possible unless patient is in labor and delivery is inevitable.’
  • 104) ‘Assessment should include anoscopy and a digital examination in the left lateral position.’
  • 105) ‘The leg is mottled and digital gangrene is common, but pedal pulses are usually palpable.’
  • 106) ‘But it can be recognised early by periodic blood tests and digital rectal examinations.’
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