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Analog circuits have a range of voltages, rather than just two as in digital logic.

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There is a fairly standard method called the "dibit", which sends two bits in a given time slot. The bits are encoded as an analog voltage, like this: Voltage Data 0.00 V - 00 1.25 V - 01 …
answered Sep 11 '18 by Dave Chapman