Introduction to Digital Systems – 1

Introduction to Digital Systems » Exercise – 1

1. Digital signals :

(a) vary smoothly, then change abruptly to new values.
(b) consist of codes of high-level and low-level signals.
(c) vary smoothly continuously.
(d) have periods of high-level and low-level signals, then change to continuous signals.

Answer
Answer : (b)

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