Analog vs. Digital

Emma Mccubbins


Digital audio is technology that can be usedone to record, store, generate, manipulat, and reproduce sound using signals. Digital audio systems include compressions, storage, processing, and transmission components.


Analog is a continuous signal that has time that vary and represent a variety of signals and quantity's. The whole idea or main idea about analog is the time variation.


Digital sound is stored in computers. Digital audio represents wave form and processing. Digital data is a method of using binary code. Binary code is a concept used on computers. Without digital audio and data we could not do work with any type of technology.


Analog data has a high voltage on any and everything. Analog signals use use mediums ando they convey them. Analog data is continous, and high range values and they are way more exact values, but the signals are more difficult to work with.


Digital is based off of binary data. Digital data is like all technology, it has a screen. Digital signals must have finite set of possible values. Digital data is discrete, finite range of values (2). Digital data is not aso exact as analog, but easier to work with.

Digital data is very discrete and discontinuous but it does represent a lot of information.


Digital data uses a simple concept called binary code. Binary code is a very worthy technique and binary code builds audio and video input. Digital data is a language system with machinery with various things to do Iike videos,photos, and etc.


Analog data is real world data. Analog data is really only existent because scientist and others are measuring the signals that give you like all of the information that you need do know.


Digital data is a set of individual symbols, Digital data is a tech world tat has many images, videos, sound and etc. Physical movement of a simulation and real time audio videos that captured using many systems and devices.


Analog data conveys data, images, signals, and videos using continous data/ signals with high amplitude and phase. Analog data is data that can be reprsesented in a physical way. Analog data is stored in physical media. For example, a groove on a record, th emagnetic tape of a VCR cassette or another.

Analog and Digital

Analog and digital data have to be captured using specific technology products can be converted.

Pros and Cons

• Digital data is a much quicker and easier way of technology

• digital data is a much more expenssive than digital

• digital data has a much better statistic level

• digital data can run out of power and snalog can't

Pros and Cons

• Analog data is alot older and more unique

• Analog data is very old

• Analog data never runs out of battery and is always working

• analog data is more difficult to use, especially when you ar trying to put the styalist on the record you half to put it at the right spot to make the song start at the beginning

Examples of digital

• phone

• ipad

• computer

• CD's

• text

• TV

Examples of analog

• Time

• temprature

• speed

• pressure

• voice

• video tape