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 Was the telegraph the first digital device ever?

Answer The answer to this is dependent on the definition of 'Digital'. Taken literally, Digital is a matter of 'On' or 'Off', so whilst carried on an analogue system, it is indeed digital as can have only... Read More »
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I want to record live music (guitar, vocals etc) using a portable digital device. What device is best to use?

I have a Firepod by Presonus with recording software from Cubase. It's like having a professional recording studio tied to your home computer.If you care, I have a website at www.broadjam.com/brad... Read More »
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What device uses digital technology?

All sorts of kinds. theres apple which is a media player. Microsoft which developes game systems, and computers sony produces DVD plays, game systems, and music players there are alot of others ... Read More »
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How do I Get a Digital Device to See Channels 32-71 on a TV?

You have three options if you're looking to access digital channels 32-71. You can use a digital antenna, though you won't receive every channel since some are not local. The second option is to or... Read More »
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Is a thermistor an analog or a digital device?

Thermistors often find their way into digital applications; however, they are strictly analog devices. A thermistor is an item used in electrical circuits that constantly changes its resistance dep... Read More »
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