What is the name of the process that shows that a square wave is made up of a sine wave plus all of its odd harmonics?
What type of wave has a rise time significantly faster than its fall time (or vice versa)?
What type of wave does a Fourier analysis show to be made up of sine waves of a given fundamental frequency plus all of its harmonics?
What is "dither" with respect to analog to digital converters?
What would be the most accurate way of measuring the RMS voltage of a complex waveform?
What is the approximate ratio of PEP-to-average power in a typical single-sideband phone signal?
What determines the PEP-to-average power ratio of a single-sideband phone signal?
Why would a direct or flash conversion analog-to-digital converter be useful for a software defined radio?
How many levels can an analog-to-digital converter with 8 bit resolution encode?
What is the purpose of a low pass filter used in conjunction with a digital-to-analog converter?
What type of information can be conveyed using digital waveforms?
What is an advantage of using digital signals instead of analog signals to convey the same information?
Which of these methods is commonly used to convert analog signals to digital signals?