What are Analog and Digital Signals?

What are Analog and Digital Signals?

The Professional Master’s Degree Communication Theory of TECH provides the latest updates to experts in this field to achieve digital signal processing.

Digital signal processing is one of the most important aspects to be able to generate frequencies in electronics in the best way. The Professional Master’s Degree Communication Theory focuses on explaining the two types of signals that are divided into analog and digital that share a source, which is responsible for generating the voltage and current necessary for the circuit to function, and a voltmeter which is the yellow device that is measuring the voltage.

In this way, analog signals are considered as natural signals, and represent the measurement of a physical variable, for example, temperature, voltage, current, humidity, pressure, torque, and luminosity. To measure these variables, an electronic transducer or electronic sensor is normally used to “translate” the measured variable into an electronic variable, such as voltage, current or resistance.

On the other hand, digital signals are created by the human being, and are those that have allowed to have the current technology, such as cell phones, computers to the internet all are digital data only “ONES” and “ZEROS” and only with these two data can represent any number using something called binary numbers, so the use of binary signals is mostly oriented to the processing and transport of data.

Professional Master’s Degree Communication Theory

TECH Technological University created this program because it is a field that is constantly evolving, as the intervention of these professionals in this field encompasses signal detection, process prediction and filtering, and the design and analysis of communication systems. That is why it is necessary to have computer experts who can adapt to these changes and who have first-hand knowledge of the new tools and techniques that are emerging.

Also, the students will learn in the hand of experts and receive their feedback, also the institution offers the possibility to access exclusive content, practice with real cases, graphic and schematic content, theoretical lessons, forums, special emphasis on innovative methodologies in communication theory, and more.

In this way, the content structure deeps in topics such as electromagnetism, semiconductors, waves, random signals, lineal systems, modulations, vectors, digital bandpass transmission, statistics and probability, fundamentals of mobile and cell network communications, mathematics for field physics, digital signal processing, circuits, frequency domain, radio networks and services, among others.

Re-Learning method

The Professional Master’s Degree Communication Theory of TECH is developed entirely online. During the 12 months of training, the student has access to the program’s contents at any time and from any device, allowing them to self-manage the study time with maximum flexibility and adapt to each student’s schedule.

It has its own learning method, ‘Re-Learning’, based on asynchrony and self-management. The contents are presented in an attractive and dynamic way in multimedia capsules that include audio, videos, images, diagrams, and conceptual maps to corroborate knowledge.

TECH Technological University

TECH Technological University, the world’s largest university, is also the official online university of the NBA (National Basketball Association) in Latin America. It belongs to the TECH educational group, a Spanish-owned multinational recognized by the Financial Times as one of the 200 fastest-growing companies in Europe. The company, founded and directed by Manuel Sánchez-Cascado de Fuentes, has also been considered the most highly valued Spanish technology company in the last 15 years.

Thanks to its fully digital learning system, it supplies training to students from anywhere in the world. An international trajectory has allowed it to become a benchmark in distance learning, with a catalogue of over 10,000 programs, over 100,000 new students each year, and 500,000 graduates from over 150 countries.

Specialized highly qualified postgraduate programs, they offer their students the best training programs at an international level, being leaders in employability with 99% of their students working in the first twelve months, according to data from the consulting firm KPMG.