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28 February, 09:49

Because digital signals do not depend on amplitude or frequency differences to communicate information, they are more vulnerable to emi noise.

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  1. 28 February, 11:29
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    Electromagnetic interference happens less commonly with digital signals because they do not rely on subtle amplitude (signal strength) or frequency differences (cycles in a certain time) to communicate information. Digital signals are readable even with distortion generated from electromagnetic interference noise
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