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Original file(SVG file, nominally 500 × 375 pixels, file size: 21 KB)

Summary

An example of 4-bit pulse code modulation (16 different binary-coded possibilities) showing quantization and sampling of a signal (red).

Generated by myself using Inkscape to heavily modify gnuplot output.

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This W3C-unspecified plot was created with Gnuplot.

See: File:4-bit-linear-PCM.svg

Details

Generated curve and scale with the following gnuplot script:

set terminal svg size 1600 1200 fname "Times New Roman" fsize 48 enhanced
set output "pcm.svg"
set samples 1000

set nokey
set grid ytics lw 4
set xtics 32
set mxtics 32
set ytics 1
set noxzeroaxis
set noyzeroaxis
set noborder

set xrange [0:32]
set yrange [0:15]

plot 7.5*sin(2*pi*x/32) + 7.5 lw 4

Floor function was then performed by hand in Inkscape, along with various other image quality tweaks.

Other versions

Russian version

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Date/TimeThumbnailDimensionsUserComment
current20:51, 23 March 2014Thumbnail for version as of 20:51, 23 March 2014500 × 375 (21 KB)Aquegg~commonswikiUse 'lollipop' notation, per Lyons, "Understanding DSP", 2001
15:13, 10 May 2006Thumbnail for version as of 15:13, 10 May 2006800 × 600 (17 KB)KtimsOkay removed the border, it looks like crap.
15:08, 10 May 2006Thumbnail for version as of 15:08, 10 May 2006800 × 600 (17 KB)KtimsFixed transparency a bit more, added border.
13:12, 10 May 2006Thumbnail for version as of 13:12, 10 May 2006800 × 600 (21 KB)KtimsShrunk due to Wiki's crappy rasterizing of SVGs and tweaked to work with transparency.
11:26, 15 March 2006Thumbnail for version as of 11:26, 15 March 20061,600 × 1,200 (23 KB)KtimsAn example of 4-bit pulse code modulation showing quantization and sampling.
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