What’s the difference between an analog waveform with only 1s and 0s compared to a digital waveform?

What’s the difference between an analog waveform with only 1s and 0s compared to a digital waveform?

(Noob question)

Say I run an analog waveform through a comparator, anything less than 0.5 outputs a 0, anything above 0.5 outputs a 1. I essentially just converted an analog waveform to a digital one, right?

Could I connect this output to a DAQ and have it act as both analog and digital?

Submitted June 04, 2017 at 08:27PM by spacejockey8
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What’s the difference between an analog waveform with only 1s and 0s compared to a digital waveform?

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