rectangular wave


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rectangular wave

[rek′taŋ·gyə·lər ′wāv]
(electronics)
A periodic wave that alternately and suddenly changes from one to the other of two fixed values. Also known as rectangular wave train.
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In order to compare dynamic properties of rock materials under the rectangular and half-sine stress waves, the impact tests of red sandstone were conducted under the rectangular wave and half-sine stress waves on an [empty set]50 mm SHPB apparatus.
Next, the theory of performance study in rectangular wave control region is described.
Supposing that the time period is r, which denotes the rectangular wave, the formula can be expanded to the following equation according to Fourier class [34]:
A simulation procedure of rectangular wave guide structure for the determination of complex permittivity of solid materials has been proposed.
120-degree rectangular wave motor control is realized by an input signal line that measures the induced voltage 4 of the motors and three-phase motor output.
In the case of an arbitrary incidence of a plane linearly polarized TE and TM waves on phased antenna array with rectangular wave guides, the transverse component of the reflected or transmitted electric fields can be represented in the next form [15]:
Tests were carried out using pulse similar to the rectangular wave; the pulse amplitude reached 28 kV.
Rectangular wave (frequency: 1 MHz, amplitude: 10 V) was transmitted along the radial ([x.sub.1]) axis and wave velocity was determined as the specimen thickness divided by transit time.
The result is a constant beam mode output with a rectangular wave providing high-peak pulses that enable quick piercing with minimal heat effect.
In the geometry of simulation, the x-axis represents the length of the rectangular wave guide encompassing all the three regions.