The transformation of a continuously varying quantity (e.g. signal voltage) into a series of discrete signals in the form of numbers or other characters.
The conversion of analogue information into digital data.
Transformation of materials into numerical data capable of being read and transmitted by computer.
conversion of analog information into digital information
The process of creating a digital object from an analogue object.
The process of turning an analogue signal (most camera signals) into a digital signal (a collection of binary 1's and 0's used to represent an analogue value.)
The process of converting information into a digital format. In this format, information is organised into discrete units of data (called bits) that can be separately addressed (usually in multiple-bit groups called bytes). This is the binary data that computers and many devices with computing capacity (such as digital cameras and digital hearing aids) can process. ( www.whatis.com)
nbspThis is the conversion of analog signals (e.g. voltage or frequency) or information into digital form, e.g. the inputting of drawings for subsequent processing by computer.