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Applying Digital Technology to Audio: Delay, Transmission, Storage and Other Forms of Processing
The classical problem of delayed audio is solved by digitizing the analogue signal so that it can be stored in digital shift-registers and then reconverted to audio after a fixed delay. Similarly, the digitized audio can be transmitted directly between two locations such as studio and transmitter; or it can be recorded for permanent high-quality archival storage. The basis for determining the effective S/N, bandwidth, error rates, and complexity is discussed.
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