The period of a single sine wave is set to 666ns, corresponding to the sine wave frequency of 1.
What does SW stand for?
SW stands for Sine Wave (electronic signal shape)
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- Short Wave (see HF)
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- Sierra Wireless (mobile computing; various locations)
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[[banner]] Designed with pure sine wave output capability, the inverters are meant to complement remote job sites, commercial vehicles and off-grid applications such as solar panels and wind turbines.
The result is a series of sine waves at the carrier frequency that vary in amplitude at the data rate.
But just as ocean waves don't maintain a perfect sine wave profile, they don't often follow the principle of linear superposition.
PADS--a newly-developed aircraft stand docking system--and Mini CCR--a sine wave Constant Current Regulator being patented for the testing of primary airfield lighting--are two of the latest products to be showcased at inter airport europe by airfield visual aids specialists, the ASM Group.
But we can gain more insight by just converting each harmonic component in the spectrum into its corresponding sine wave in the time domain, and adding them all up.
Mbemba designed the machine around the mathematical principle of the sinuskurve, or sine wave.
The servo signal is a series of sine waves that provide precise feedback to control the position of the read/write head on each of the 384 data tracks across the width of the tape.