Analog transmission, Basic Computer Science

Analog Transmission:

In analog transmission, there is a continuous up and down pattern. For example, one wave constitutes one cycle, which is measured in the unit called Hertz (cycle per second), the terms cycle and hertz may be used inter-changeably. Thus, it is customary to describe channels as transmitting a certain number of cycles per second (cps).  

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