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What are two characteristics of a periodic waveform?
First is the waveform's Amplitude and second is the waveform's Frequency.
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What is the difference between waveform from electrocardiogram and electromyogram?
The waveform for an electrocardiogram is the measurement of the heart beat. The waveform of an electromyogram is the measurement of the response of muscles. ...
How the output characteristics of AC and DC generators vary from each other?
AC generators have a varying waveform which is sinusoidal in nature, whereas a DC output is linear. ...
What is the physical length of a voltage waveform?
Voltage does not have a waveform. The waveform is based upon the frequency of the voltage or current. A battery (any voltage) does not waveform, however the voltage coming into your house (US) has a frequency of 60 Hz. The length of the 60 hz waveform Length (in centimeters) = (3 x (10 ** 10))/ Frequency in hz = 500 000 000 cm ...
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What is the period of a clock waveform whose frequency is 2 mhz?
If the question is what is the waveform for 2 Mhz, then 500nS is the answer (equasion used is f=1/t) If the question is what is the waveform for 2mHz, then 500 S is the answer. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Geometry
What are the defining characteristics of a regular polyhedra?
A regular polyhedron is one whose faces are all regular polygons and whose vertices are all of equal [dihedral] measure. ...
Asked in Home Electricity
What is a cycloconverter?
A cycloconverter or a cycloinverter converts an AC waveform, such as the mains supply, to another AC waveform of a lower frequency, synthesizing the output waveform from segments of the AC supply without an intermediate direct-current link. ...
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Is the human arterial pressure waveform wider than the ECG waveform?
Yes. The EKG (or ECG) measures the electrical activity of the heart so the waveform (the QRS complex) reflects how fast the electrical impulse spreads through the heart. The heart actually takes longer than this to contract leading to a wider waveform. ...
Asked in Home Electricity, Electronics Engineering
Current that reverses direction in the regular pattern is called?
Current that reverses direction in the regular pattern is called an alternating current, abbreviated as 'AC'. ...
Asked in Electronics Engineering, Physics
Explain how a discharging capacitor in an electronic divice produce complex waveform?
Explain how a discharging capacitor in an electronic divice produce complex waveform? ...