Copper cable is the answer. Fiber Optic transmit using light and radio is frequency while wireless is wireless.
By converting electrical signals to light pulses.
Advantages include: digital signals carry more information and maintain their quality over long distances. Digital signals are a series of pulses consisting of just two states, ON-1 or OFF-0.
Fiber optic cables are used for carrying laser light pulses, which represent data of any kind.
either pulses of infra-red radiation or pulses of visible light radiation x
--- are atoms that carry an electric charge
Nerve cells are long enough to stretch from your Central Nervous System to your nerve endings. They can also carry electrical pulses, which allow your body to translate different external feelings into feelings understandable by your brain.
neutrons doesnt carry an electrical charge
Fiber Optic cables
An electrical insulator.
No, but they do carry electrical energy.
how we use Public switched telephone networks to carry all our digital contents
Yes it does. It will carry digital data as well as voice signals.
False! They carry no electrical charge and should be attended to immediately!
The electromagnetic wave is "modulated" (changed) to represent the signal. For example, in AM (amplitude modulation), the strength (amplitude) of the wave is increased or decreased, according to the signal.
DSL is carried over a phone line. Yet it caries digital signals. the telephone company has to limit the bandwidth of the analog voice on the lines. So DSL is able to use the unused portion of the bandwidth to transmit digital data. hope that helps -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- According to Cisco : Network devices link together using a variety of connections: * Copper cabling - Uses electrical signals to transmit data between devices * Fiber-optic cabling - Uses glass or plastic wire, also called fiber, to carry information as light pulses * Wireless connection - Uses radio signals, infrared technology (laser), or satellite transmissions. so your answer would be electrical signals.
The power lines carry alternating electrical current and voltage. This produces an electrical and magnetic field around the wire. Some of the electrical energy thus escapes in the form of electromagnetic radiation. The wires do not carry the radiation. They radiate it because of the electrical power flowing in them.
No, Pulse Code Modulation is a communication method used to carry digital data but is not part of any analog to digital conversion. PCM is often used to carry audio data as a digital stream and therefore is the encoding used as the signal is first converted to a digital format.
S/PDIF or Sony Philips Digital Interconnect Format is a standard/protocol that specifies transmission of audio signals from one device to another in digital format. Both coaxial electrical cable and an optical fiber cable can be used to carry signals in S/PDIF format. - Neeraj Sharma
Although Best Buy does carry a multitude of cameras, they do not carry the Canon Digital Ixus. This product can be ordered through Amazon.com.
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They both carry electrical impulses from one point to another
No, practically all plastic is an insulator. An insulator does not carry any electrical currents. A conductor can carry a current. "What plastics are conductive?", you may ask -- see link below.