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PAM – Pulse Amplitude Modulation
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PAM – Pulse Amplitude Modulation

This is a process of representing a continuous analogue signal with a series of discrete analogue samples. The process is used in PCM (Pulse Code Modulation) during the conversion of an analogue signal into a digital representation.

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