Driving Miss Digital is a primer that explains, from first concepts, the basics and basis of modern audio and video technology. It is written as a fictional love story in simple English.
I highly recommend you read not more than two articles a day. You’ll have the answer to everything you’re looking for in no time. Enjoy!
Important: The internal navigation links are broken. Use this menu to navigate to all the chapters.
Start here: Introduction
Section One: Analog, Digital and Sampling
Professor Sampler’s notes:
- Understanding Analog Signals
- 1. Analog
- 2. Signal
- 3. Waves
- 4. Wave-particle duality and Uncertainty
- 5. Disadvantages of Analog Systems
- Understanding Digital Signals
- 6. Digitization
- 7. Decimal, Binary and Hex
- 8. Analog vs Digital
- 9. Disadvantages of digital systems
- Understanding Sampling
- 10. Sampling analog signals
- 11. The Shannon-Nyquist sampling theorem: Part I
- 12. The Shannon-Nyquist sampling theorem:Part II
- 13. The Shannon-Nyquist sampling theorem:Part III
- 14. Reconstruction
- 15. Interpolation
- 16. Aliasing
Section Three: The Ear and Audio
Grandma Moon Speaks:
Section Four: Unification
Bob’s and Cathy’s Notes – Building the Ideal Audiovisual System:
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