Noise generated in a DAC output due to errors created by the quantization process.
The noise introduced on an analog dial-up connection due to an analog to digital conversion.
A modulation noise (also perceived as a distortion) that occurs in digital processing/recording caused by the sample levels being altered to conform to standard Quantization levels.
One of the types of error introduced into an analog audio signal by encoding it in digital form. The digital equivalent of tape hiss, quantization noise is caused by the small differences between the actual amplitudes of the points being sampled and the bit resolution of the analog-to-digital converter.
Signal errors caused by the process of digitizing a continuously variable slope.
Quantization noise is a noise error introduced by quantization in the analogue to digital conversion (ADC) process in telecommunication systems and signal processing. It is a rounding error between the analogue input voltage to the ADC and the output digitized value. The noise is non-linear and signal-dependent.