One rule is that only

sine waves can be used to describe signals.

To determine the specific effects of representative clipped-sample restoration algorithms, a testing regimen was formulated using both discrete

sine waves and voice information and then employed to evaluate two widely available commercial programs.

Adjustable symmetry allows the generator to produce a variety of pulse waveforms, ramp or sawtooth waves, and skewed

sine waves.

Combinations of circles and standing

sine waves might explain the observed shapes, agrees Tomas Bohr of the Technical University of Denmark.

If one cycle (360[degrees]) of the

sine wave takes 1 sec, and the time shift between the current and voltage

sine waves is 0.

The system produces a pure

sine wave, not clipped, quasi or modified

sine waves that are often produced by standard generators, according to the company Voltage stability is within [+ or -]1 percent and frequency stability is [+ or -]0.

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.

Most NVH issues are analyzed in the frequency domain, which means that noise and vibration problems are analyzed in terms of

sine waves of specific frequency (hz or cycles per second).

They also used a thermal transfer standard to compare the rms voltages of synthesized

sine waves at 3 kflz, 10 kHz, 20 kHz, and 50 kHz with a synthesized 1 kHz

sine wave.

Meanwhile, Ectogram are locked into the 24-track studio in the courtyard, watching '60s beat exploitation films, experimenting with sitars and

sine waves, overloading the equipment with trebly Jaguar guitars.

Also new is a waveform generator that, rather than using

sine waves and other traditional testing methods, allows users to define their own waveform to deform a sample.

It operates in the time domain rather than the frequency domain, with its signals consisting of high-speed electromagnetic pulses rather than

sine waves.