Definitions for "Digital Network"
A network consisting of transmission and switching equipment capable of interconnecting digital circuits and requiring timing reference to avoid slip impairment.
Network incorporating both digital switching and digital transmission.
network or line in which the information is encoded as a series of ones and zeros rather than as a continuously varying wave-as in traditional analog networks. Digital networks have several major pluses over analog ones. First, they're "cleaner." They have far less noise, static, etc. Second, they are easier to monitor because you can measure them more easily. Third, you can typically pump more digital information down a communications line than you can analog information.
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