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What are Digital and Analog Signals? - Definition & Explanation - Quiz & Worksheet

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Which option below lists the type of signal generated when a dog barks or a cat meows?

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1. Which option below lists the type of signal denoted by a sine wave?

2. Which option below lists the type of signal denoted by binary 1s and 0s?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet combo will help you understand analog and digital signals. You will be quizzed on their definitions and the characteristics of each signal.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz will test you on:

  • The signal represented by a sine wave
  • The functions of a modem
  • The advantages of using a digital signal

Skills Practiced

Some skills you can practice in these assessments are:

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you have retained the most important information regarding analog signals
  • Making connections - utilize your knowledge of modems to understand how they interact with analog and digital signals
  • Knowledge application - assess your understanding of digital signals by answering questions about its uniform structure

Additional Learning

Read through the brief lesson entitled What are Digital and Analog Signals? - Definition & Explanation to learn more about this subject. Some important goals in this lesson are:

  • Learn the definition of digital and analog signals
  • Understand the functions of modems
  • Recognize the advantages of using a digital signal
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