Pulse Code Modulation

A technique used by codes to convert an analog signal into a digital bit stream is known as Pulse Code Modulation.

A Pulse Code Modulation stream has two basic properties that determine the stream’s fidelity to the original analog signal.

The Sampling rate, which is the number of times per second that samples are taken; and the

Bit depth, which determines the number of possible digital values that can be used to represent each sample.

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