The given wave forms
are the input and output wave form
for the 10T full adder.
Figure 5 shows the sag in the positive and negative half of the wave form
peak which is due to third harmonic in the output of the sine wave UPS.
The integrated circuitry system produces a unique and complex modulating frequency wave form
that hits the resonant frequency of the calcium carbonate molecules causing them to lose their adhesive properties.
The PC permits the operator to view on the monitor the microwave wave form
and the timing of all phased events such as ignition, fuel line pressure pulses and engine control event pulses.
Awareness is seen as the interior perception of the wave form
of the substance of which the body is composed.
There are three major types of wave form
in Impulse Wave: (a) Extended Wave: Among waves 1, 3, and 5, only one would be unfolded into extended wave (i.
90 if the current wave form
trails the voltage wave form
, in time, by 10%.
By measuring subtle distortions of the T rays, including absorption, dispersion, and reflection, scientists can decode the wave form
"signatures" characteristic of specific elements.
With proper control, drives produce an output wave form
that closely approximates a standard AC power line wave form
or sinusoidal wave form
Typical applications for the converter are for use as a high data rate pattern generator or arbitrary wave form
A microphone picks up the individual's speech that is in analog or wave form
, and the speech waves are broken down into patterns of binary digits by a digital signal processor to represent the vocal sounds of human speech.
There were still some who thought that cathode rays were a wave form
and doubted Crooke's observation that they carried electric charges.
By cold-working the probe area, the high points on the wave form
, as displayed on an oscilloscope, are rolled downward to the level of the lower points on the wave form
Tenders are invited for Digital storage oscilloscope , desktop linear power supply and arbitary wave form
Auditory scene analysis is the process by which a hearer mentally separates the single wave form
received by the ear into the various sounds that compounded to form it--for example into a person talking, a bird singing, and traffic; or into a violin, a trumpet, and a drum.