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  1. Maran says:
    A continuous wave or continuous waveform (CW) is an electromagnetic wave of constant amplitude and frequency, typically a sine wave, that for mathematical analysis is considered to be of infinite duration. Continuous wave is also the name given to an early method of radio transmission, in which a sinusoidal carrier wave is switched on and off. Information is carried in the varying duration of.
  2. Meztishicage says:
    Modern 'sine wave' inverters create a bi-polar wave via a modulated PWM at a much higher frequency (say, a few kHz or even 10s of kHz), which can be filtered out to achieve something more resembling a sine-wave (at least under load).
  3. Tygokazahn says:
    In a state of deep relaxation, slow rhythmic sine wave patterns in the Hz range can be detected. Sympathetic resonance is a harmonic phenomenon in which a formerly passive string or vibratory body responds to external vibrations to which it has a harmonic similarity. The classic example is demonstrated with two similar tuning-forks.
  4. JoJogis says:
    The human sperm uses two coactive transversal controls: An asymmetric traveling wave and a pulsating standing wave Figure 4 shows the Fourier analysis of the 3D flagellar beat across the free-swimming sperm population for a total of 28 spermatozoa (20 cells near to and 8 cells far from the coverslip, as described in Materials and Methods).
  5. Taukus says:
    Jan 18,  · but human voice has lots of sine wave components. 0 0 0. Log in to reply to the answers Post; Anonymous. 1 decade ago. It can be. If you connect a microphone to an o'scope, you can see the representation of your voice. Then if you try to make a pure tone, you can get a sine wave, a nice clean sine wave at that. Speech produces a jumbled mess.
  6. Arar says:
    sin (x) is the default, off-the-shelf sine wave, that indeed takes pi units of time from 0 to max to 0 (or 2*pi for a complete cycle) sin (2x) is a wave that moves twice as fast sin (x/2) is a wave that moves twice as slow So, we use sin (n*x) to get a sine wave cycling as fast as we need.
  7. Tojagar says:
    24, sine wave stock photos, vectors, and illustrations are available royalty-free. See sine wave stock video clips. of laser wavelength mind wires brain movements power of thought sine wave pattern human movement concept thought waves sine wave graph wave lengths sine curve. Try these curated collections. Search for "sine wave" in these.
  8. Zulkijind says:
    Oct 31,  · The human brain does emit waves, like when a person focuses his attention or remembers something. This activity fires thousands of neurons simultaneously at the same frequency generating a wave—but at a rate closer to 10 to cycles per second.

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