Analogue adjective (recorded signals) an analogue recording is one that is made by changing the sound waves into electrical signals of the same type.
Noun the word analogue entered english from french in the 19th century and ultimately traces back to the greek word logos, meaning ratio. (the word analogy, which has been a part of english since the 15th century, also descends from logos.).
1 relating to or using signals or information represented by a continuously variable physical quantity such as spatial position, voltage, etc.
1 analogue pocket does not play copyrighted rom files, it plays legacy game cartridges via the cartridge slot. It is designed using a specialty hardware chip called an fpga, which operates on a transistor level implementation of its functionality. 3 analogue pocket does not operate utilizing any bios files from any other entities.
Analogue noun representation, picture, model, image, illustration, simulation, likeness, simulacrum no model can be a perfect analogue of nature itself. Collins thesaurus of the english language complete and unabridged 2nd edition.
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