Analogue transmission

The transmission of continuously variable (analogue) signals. As a signal is transmitted along an analogue network, the signal strength eventually weakens or attenuates. Amplifiers may be installed in the network to amplify the signal, but because there is no way to differentiate between an analogue signal and noise, both are amplified. Therefore, noise tends to accumulate in an analogue network.

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  • Detailed network procedures

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