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Home » Test Your Skills » Audio
Audio
Author: Cássio Lima Last Updated: December 20, 2006

1. Analog audio is usually represented by voltage relative to time. Therefore, we can state that the higher the analog signal amplitude, the higher:

The volume of the sound.
The sampling rate.
The signal-to-noise ratio.
The frequency.
None of the Above.


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