Definitions for "Digital Transmission"
While an analog signal is a continuous wave, digital transmission is a code of discrete binary signals (on and off, zero and one, etc). Digital transmission is expressed by numbers of bits per second.
A method of sending and receiving information coded with on-and-off pulses of electricity or light.
see Analog Transmission
A way of increasing television channel capacity through compression rather than laying new cable. To receive the service, a subscriber needs a digital converter.