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i have little bit confusion about two digital signal levels ,,, please can anyone help me ,, and describe my topic very deeply?

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Maybe this will help you out as I'm not finding a lot about it.

A digital signal refers to an electrical signal that is converted into a pattern of bits. Unlike an analog signal, which is a continuous signal that contains time-varying quantities, a digital signal has a discrete value at each sampling point.

Definition of Digital Signal | Chegg.com


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