# Analog And Digital Signals Quiz

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How much do you know about analog and digital signals? Can you pass this quiz? Analog signals are continuous and contain time-varying quantities with constant fluctuations, whereas digital signals are discrete and have to contain a finite set of possible values. What else do you know about the differences between them? Can you answer some questions? Let's find out in this quiz on analog and digital signals. Wish you all the best with this quiz! Let's go for it now!

• 1.

### An Analog Signal is continuous in both ____ and _____.

• A.

Frequency, power

• B.

Time, amplitude

• C.

Modulation, waveform

• D.

Segments, packets

B. Time, amplitude
Explanation
An analog signal is continuous in both time and amplitude. This means that the signal varies smoothly and continuously over time, and the amplitude of the signal changes continuously as well. Unlike digital signals, which are discrete and have specific values at specific points in time, analog signals can have an infinite number of possible values at any given time. Therefore, the correct answer is time, amplitude.

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• 2.

### Analog Signals is a measured response to changes in a ________.

• A.

BUS

• B.

Base

• C.

Physical Phenomena

• D.

Thick-net

C. Physical Phenomena
Explanation
Analog Signals are a measured response to changes in physical phenomena. This means that analog signals are generated based on the variations in physical quantities such as voltage, current, or sound waves. These signals are continuous and can take on any value within a given range. Therefore, the correct answer is Physical Phenomena.

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• 3.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
The given statement suggests that the disadvantage of digital technology is that the recording degrades over time. However, this is not true. Unlike analog recordings, digital recordings do not degrade over time because they are stored as binary data. This means that the quality of the recording remains the same, regardless of how long it has been stored. Therefore, the correct answer is False.

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• 4.

### Modulation is defined as:

• A.

Another method of conveying an analog signal

• B.

The beginning and ending bits of an analog signal

• C.

• D.

A method of making an analog frequency higher

A. Another method of conveying an analog signal
Explanation
Modulation is a process used to convey an analog signal by varying certain characteristics of a carrier signal, such as its amplitude, frequency, or phase. This allows the analog signal to be transmitted over a communication channel that is designed for carrying digital signals. By modulating the analog signal onto a carrier signal, it can be efficiently transmitted and received without significant degradation. Therefore, modulation is indeed another method of conveying an analog signal.

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• 5.

### _______ is both discrete and quantized.

• A.

Digital Signal

• B.

Analog Signal

• C.

Modulated Signal

• D.

Synchronized Signal

A. Digital Signal
Explanation
A digital signal is both discrete and quantized because it is composed of individual, distinct values or levels. Unlike analog signals, which can have an infinite range of values, digital signals have a finite number of possible values. This is achieved through a process called quantization, where the continuous analog signal is sampled at regular intervals and each sample is assigned a specific digital value. Therefore, a digital signal is discrete, meaning it is composed of separate and distinct values, and quantized, meaning it has a finite number of possible values.

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• 6.

### Analog circuits do not involve quantization of information into digital format.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
Analog circuits operate using continuous signals, allowing for the representation of information in a continuous manner without the need for quantization into discrete digital values. This means that analog circuits can process and transmit information in its original form, without any loss or distortion caused by the conversion to digital format. Therefore, the given statement is true.

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• 7.

### A computer device cannot process input and generates output.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
A computer device can process input and generate output. This is one of the main functions of a computer. Input can be provided through various devices such as a keyboard, mouse, or microphone, and the computer processes this input to perform tasks or operations. Similarly, a computer device can generate output through devices such as a monitor, printer, or speakers, displaying or producing the desired information or results. Therefore, the statement that a computer device cannot process input and generate output is false.

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• 8.

### In analog technology, a wave is recorded or used in  ______ form.

• A.

Better

• B.

Original

• C.

Duplicate

• D.

Poorer

B. Original
Explanation
In analog technology, a wave is recorded or used in its original form. This means that the wave is not altered or modified in any way, and it retains all of its original characteristics and qualities. This is important in analog technology because any changes or modifications to the wave could result in a loss of information or fidelity. By using the wave in its original form, it ensures that the most accurate and high-quality representation of the wave is preserved.

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• 9.

### This is an analog signal.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
An analog signal refers to a continuous signal that varies smoothly over time and can take on any value within a certain range. This is in contrast to a digital signal, which is discrete and can only have specific values. Since the statement in the question states that "This is an analog signal," it implies that the signal being referred to is continuous and can have any value within its range, thus making the answer "True."

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• 10.

### Compared to digital, analog offers

• A.

Richer quality

• B.

Poor quality

• C.

Extra quality

• D.

Diverse quality

A. Richer quality
Explanation
Analog offers a richer quality compared to digital. This is because analog signals are continuous and can capture a wide range of frequencies and nuances, resulting in a more accurate representation of the original sound or image. Digital signals, on the other hand, are discrete and can only represent a limited number of values, which can lead to loss of information and a lower quality output.

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