Signal Saturation

By Zvi Boger, from https://www.researchgate.net/figure/Signal-Saturation-and-Gain-Control_fig4_4286158

One of the philosophies I’ve adhered to over the past decade is dealing with things when saturated. Saturation has many meanings in the sciences, such as the point when water can no longer be absorbed into a material, but I adopted it from signal processing. It’s when the signal is so strong that increases beyond it can no longer be detected.

For example, if a YouTuber increases the volume of a video in a recording, it’s not going…

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