|Main Entry:||digital compression|
|Part of Speech:||n|
|Definition:||a process for encoding digitized audio or video signals so that the amount of information transmitted can be increased and carried on a lower-capacity communications system, taking up less storage and requiring less bandwidth for efficient transmission; also called [digital signal compression]|
|Example:||Digital compression greatly increases a cable system's channel capacity.|
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