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Technology

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Shannon Harman

on 19 April 2010

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Transcript of Technology

Technology The FCC How is analog signal and a
digital signal different? With an analog signal, the signal
is left as is and we hear it as it was
recorded but with a digital signal,
the signal is altered and we do not
hear it like analog. OTA HD WiFi First OTA is over-the-air and HD is
high-defintion. It is still going to be light. It's not like it just changed to sound. It's still light. It's the same as digital signal . Over the air simply means its in the air instead of in cables. What is WiFi? How does WiFi work? Conclusion Anolog and Digital signals OTA HD WiFi OTA is over-the-air and
HD is high-defintion. It is still
going to be light. It's not like
it just changed to sound. It's
still light. It's the same as digital
signal . Over the air simply means
its in the air instead of in cables. With an analog signal, the signal is left as is and we hear is as it was recorded but with a digital signal,
the signal is alltured and we do not hear it like analog. WiFi is a wireless network allowing
computers to send and receive
information. A computer's wireless adapter
converts data into a radio signal
and transmits it using an antenna.
A wireless router receives the signal,
decodes it, and sends the information
to the internet via a wired connection.
The process also works in reverse. A computer's wireless adapter
converts data into a radio signal
and transmits it using an antenna.
A wireless router receives the signal,
decodes it, and sends the information
to the internet via a wired connection.
The process also works in reverse.
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