You seem to be un-aware that all EMF signals - including light and radio
waves governed by Maxwell's equations, are analog. That means that all
signals in fiber optic cables, cable tv wires, radio signals for 802.11b,
are analog (they happen to have digital information encoded in them).
If your statement is true, you couldn't receive any information
transmitted by digital means.
Since you don't seem to want to believe me, why don't you start
with WikiPedia. They have some great articles that explain much of
this stuff: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radio
are a good place to start.
BTW, I have degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science -
where these subjects are taught. Just yesterday, I was talking about
this general subject with Dr. Bob Olson of WSU (whose research interests
are in software radio and data transmission), and Mikal Thomson, the
president of Western Wireless (well, WW got sold but he's got a new
company whose name I forget).
Digital isn't better than analog, it's just different. Until we are able
to encode digital information in quantum states (which would
be a transmission technique based upon a true digital medium),
we are limited to analog transmission of data, no matter what
It's at least a public place that has articles that are reasonably
accesable to a layman.
It's quite amusing when someone doesn't notice that a person
posts an addendum to a previous post. It's not "Floyd" that's
in trouble, it's the "daytripper" persona. You're only showing
that you're almost as ignorant as it, and definitely poorly equipped
to speak, read and write the English language.
You're right, but it's amusing and it doesn't matter. Remind us again
about your educational qualifications.
Oh, and you might want to check out the Weekly World News. It's about
as good an authority as wikipedia.
Carry on, I'm on my second beer now.
It's due to the fact that we've
quite a lot about compression technology, have radio receivers/amps
with far lower noise than tube technology, can use the time dimension
now that we have cheap volatile memory, and other various and sundry
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