Is a Compact Cassette considered an analogue recoding device

thegussbus

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Is a Compact Cassette considered an analogue recoding device?
and could the telephone system not including the 'Integrated Services Digital Network' an analogue?
If this does not make much sense it is because my knowledge very limited right now. apologies
 

turbopixel

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Digital means, data is saved as 1 and 0 data to represent Bits and Bytes. The compact cassette
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compact_Cassette
uses magnetic recording. In a limited way, you can think of it as VHS for audio. Here some more readings if you are interested in the topic:
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Analog_recording

But thinking further, there was mechanics and consoles/computers to save and read digital data from cassettes, like games and programs. So, I am not sure... thats a good question to me. o_O
 

turbopixel

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Digital means, data is saved as 1 and 0 data to represent Bits and Bytes. The compact cassette
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compact_Cassette
uses magnetic recording. In a limited way, you can think of it as VHS for audio. Here some more readings if you are interested in the topic:
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Analog_recording

But thinking further, there was mechanics and consoles/computers to save and read digital data from cassettes, like games and programs. So, I am not sure... thats a good question to me. o_O
 
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