UGC-NET | UGC NET CS 2015 Jun – III | Question 15

The process of dividing an analog signal into a string of discrete outputs, each of constant amplitude, is called:
(A) Strobing
(B) Amplification
(C) Conditioning
(D) Quantization


Answer: (D)

Explanation:

  • The process of dividing an analog signal into a string of discrete outputs, each of constant amplitude, is called Quantization.
  • The process of enhancing an analog signal is called Amplification.
  • Irregular behaviour or jerk or loss of continuity in analog signal is called Strobing.
  • Conditioning is a process of manipulating an analog signal in a way that prepares it for the next stage of processing.
  • So, option (D) is correct.

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