With the court dismissing the petitions, the Multi-System Operators (MSOs) will now discontinue the analog signals
in Bangalore and Mysore cities at any time.
According to the FCC, 143 broadcasters have already terminated their analog signals
and another 60 plan to do so before February 17.
Since a digital computer controller only recognizes zeroes and ones, it needs an A/D board to convert the analog signals
into this digital form so it can use analog signals
in its control scheme.
One possible way to simplify the whole procedure involves working directly with the continuous wave itself, circumventing the time-consuming and costly process of converting the analog signal
into a digital form.