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Synonyms for harmonic

characterized by harmony of sound

Synonyms for harmonic

a tone that is a component of a complex sound

any of a series of musical tones whose frequencies are integral multiples of the frequency of a fundamental

of or relating to harmony as distinct from melody and rhythm


relating to vibrations that occur as a result of vibrations in a nearby body


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involving or characterized by harmony

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The high frequency harmonic wave from the class-D may influence part of the handset RF or the antenna thus lowers the sensitivity to signals even makes them unable to work.
Drawing on the body's natural response to vibration, the Power Plate surface vibrates 25-50 times per second in safe, harmonic waves, resulting in corresponding muscle activation.
This station consists of a picosecond laser (150 W to 400 kHz, 5/10 ps), the generation of the second and third harmonic waves for wavelength conversion laser at 515 or 532 nm, the movement axis, the scanning head and other necessary equipment such communication control system.
In order to evaluate the quality of single data points, oscillatory raw data can be analysed by Lissajous figures and higher harmonic waves.
Schaffner's latest filter series helps reduce harmonic waves and represents the ideal solution for three-phase power electronics with six-phase rectifier front ends, such as AC and motor drives.