Analog Signal

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Analog Signal

A continuous, electrical wave containing data. The magnitude of the signal corresponds to the amount of data contained in it. An analog signal is one of two ways to change raw data into an electrical wave. See also: Digital system.
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The news comes amid speculation the slow adoption of DAB by British radio listeners in general will force a delay in the analogue signal switch-off, which was originally planned for 2015.
Switching off the analogue signal within five years may save broadcasters part of their pounds 70million transmission cost but the bill for drivers and householders has been estimated to be as high as pounds 3.
The Caldbeck transmitter which serves them will no longer emit the analogue signal for BBC2 from midnight.