sine wave
Noun

sine wave (plural sine waves)

  1. (trigonometry, signal processing) A periodically oscillating waveform as described by the sine function, possibly multiplied by some amplitude, shifted by some phase, and translated by an additive constant.
Translations
  • Russian: синусо́ида
  • Spanish: onda senoidal



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