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What is a complex waveform?
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."
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Explain how a discharging capacitor in an electronic divice produce complex waveform?
What is the difference between simple and complex waveforms?
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Is the human arterial pressure waveform wider than the ECG waveform?
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Describe the effects of complex waveforms on electrical systems?
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.
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?
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How do you measure the duration of a QRS complex?
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.
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Is a synthesizer a easy instrument to catagorize?
A synthesiser is easy to categorise This is because, first and foremost it is an electrophone, an instrument that uses electronic circuits to produce sound waves that are sent to a loudspeaker. From this point synthesisers are then categorised by the method they use to produce their sounds: additive synthesis - start with simple wave forms and add multiple waveforms with related or unrelated frequencies with or without individual envelopes to create a complex waveform subtractive synthesis - start with a complex waveform and use filters and envelopes to create less complex waveforms Linear adaptive synthesis (LA) - sampled start and end with constant waveform for sustained notes (Roland proprietary method) Advanced waveform method (AWM) - similar to LA, but developed by Yamaha Frequency Modulation synthesis - developed by John Chowning and licensed by Yamaha - uses operators - essentially oscillators - to modulate each other to create complex waveforms from simpler waveforms, along with filters and envelopes. There are several other techniques, making it difficult to detail all of them here. Amongst these techniques are: Sampling Wavetables Wave terrain Granular Modulation Ring modulation Amplitude modulation Phase distortion Spiral Formant VOSIM Physical modelling Karplus-Strong Graphic