It is a sine wave form coupled with either a DC component or other sine waves or both.
The official definition of the word waveform is "a curve showing the shape of a wave at a given time."
Explain how a discharging capacitor in an electronic divice produce complex waveform?
Using Fourier Analysis -which is too difficult to explain in this forum.
simple waveform - something like a sine wave. Very pure sound like you used to get on the tv when that girl was sitting with the toys in the middle of the night. Complex waveform is like speech etc
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.
Scroll down to related links and look at "Calculations of Harmonics from Fundamental Frequency".
it is an instrument which is used to measure relative amplitudes of single frequency components of complex waveform.
rms value is measured using voltmeter with the use of heat sensing elements.
There are many applications for this complex theory. One of these include the determination of harmonic components in a complex waveform. This is very helpful in analyzing AC waveforms in Electrical Engineering.
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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.
The waveform on an LCD screen is the wavelength at which the images are being transmitted. The higher the waveform, the better the image quality.
Because a complex wave is purveyed as a 'distortion', this generally equates to an effect on what output the circuit gives. As the complex wave is, as quoted, the sum of the fundamental and the 3rd harmonic (commonly known as superposition), the nature of the effect on electrical and electronic systems are determined by how distorted the complex waveform is.
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 waveformLength (in centimeters) = (3 x (10 ** 10))/ Frequency in hz =500 000 000 cm
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.
The start of the QT interval is the first deviation from the isoelectric line following the p wave and the end is the last time the waveform crosses the isoelectric line before the T-wave begins. The waveform may well corss the isolelectric line several times before the end of the QRS interval. Normal measurement is less than or equal to .12 In simple terms, it is the start and end of the "spiky" high-frequency part of the waveform.
its wavy !
Light is known to be electromagnetic radiation, and as such it is of waveform nature. As a waveform, it has wavelength and its counterpart frequency.
A longitudinal wave is a "side-on" waveform. A transverse Wave is a "end-on" waveform.
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.
AC waveform is a graph that tells the degree and radiant. On the graph the degrees is graphed in top and the radiant is on bottom.
It doesn't. It can produce any waveform if you feed the integral of the desired waveform into the differentiator's input.
RMS of a sinusoidal waveform with no DC offset is 1/sqrt(2) of the peak to neutral value.
A: Audio refers to frequency that can be heard with our ears 20 Hz to 20 kilo Hz. Speech is fundamentally in that area. But speech is a complex waveform restricted to the same frequency and that is fundamentally the difference