analog signal A signal, often a voltage or current, whose amplitude may have any value between limits defined by the associated circuitry. It may represent a measured physical quantity, such as temperature or position, or may carry information as audio or video waveforms, etc. See also A/D converter, D/A converter, discrete and continuous systems.
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