ANCH

(redirected from analog channel)
Also found in: Encyclopedia.
AcronymDefinition
ANCHAnalog Channel
ANCHAdvanced National Certificate in Horticulture (UK)
ANCHAmerican Nineteenth Century History (journal; Taylor and Francis)
ANCHAttorneys National Clearing House (Gainesville, FL)
References in periodicals archive ?
Inherently, digital banking channels are much more cost effective than analog, bricks and mortar channels and, as usage of analog channels diminishes, financial institutions have to focus on capturing the possible cost savings, Brown said.
In time, we'll give back the analog channels (to the FCC).
Fusca added that "companies with lots of [channel] properties, especially the 'giants' who have analog channels to work with" have the infrastructure to meet Cancon requirements, while smaller independents are lacking in available resources.
At the most, during the simulcast transition period, cable TV may give television stations 11 Mbps for digital programming (in addition to their analog channel), but not for multiplexing.
On April 2, Spain's minister for science and technology, Anna Birules, pressed a button at private broadcaster Telecinco to begin emitting a digital TV version of its analog channel.
These units are available in either a 1-, 4- or 8-channel configuration, with universal analog inputs and one digital input and one digital output for each analog channel. The KA4 group consists of either a 4- or 16-channel unit with thermocouple or voltage inputs.
Turner South is intended for placement on cablers' basic lineups as an analog channel.
A given channel may transition from 0 to 1 or 1 to 0, equivalent to a scope's analog channel positive or negative edge trigger.
But why should viewers buy a $6,000 television just to watch the same programming that is available over the regular analog channel? So far, broadcasters don't have an answer other than to point to their improved picture and CD-quality sound.