What is Digital? September 26, 2006Posted by healthyself in Binary, Binary Streams, Blogroll, Cell phone safety, Cordless Phones, Definitions, Digital, Electrical Pulses, Electromagnetic Field, Electromagnetic Interference, Electromagnetic pollution, Electromagnetic Spectrum, Electromagnetic waves, Electrosensitivity, Electrosmog, ELF, EMF Research, EMF's, EMR, Encoding, Environment, Exposure, Frequencies, Networks, Noise, Radio Waves, Radios, Signals, transmission, Wireless Phones.
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Digital – A method of encoding information using a binary code of 0s and 1s from electrical pulses. Because digital signals are made up only of binary streams, less information is needed to transmit a message. Digital encoding therefore increases the capacity of a given radio frequency. Furthermore, only digitized information can be transported through a noisy channel without degradation. Digital technology reproduces sound exactly, and can even filter out background and electronic “noise.” Even if corruption occurs, as long as the one zero patterns are recognizable, the original information content can be perfectly replicated at the receiving end. Most new wireless phones and networks use digital technology.