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Digital SignalsDigital SignalsIntroductionAs already mentioned in connection with analog signals, baseband signals are those signals which occupy the lowest, or base, frequency band in the frequency spectrum used by the telecommunications network. A baseband signal may consist of one or more information signals.For example, a number of telephony signals in digital form may be combined into one baseband signal by the process known as time-division multiplexing.Analog signals may…
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