wave converter

wave converter

[′wāv kən‚vərd·ər]
(electromagnetism)
Device for changing a wave of a given pattern into a wave of another pattern, for example, baffle-plate converters, grating converters, and sheath-reshaping converters for waveguides.
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Stromtank is a high power battery pack with integrated pure-sign wave converter. The Stromtank totally disconnects audio systems from the grid to avoid DC voltage, high level, frequencies and other interferences that reduce audio quality.
Via the wave converter, the shock wave with high frequency and high peak pressure can be transformed to the periodic stress wave with low frequency and low peak pressure.
Berlin, Germany, April 27, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Winbat Technology introduces Stromtank, a high power battery pack with integrated pure-sign wave converter. The Stromtank totally disconnects audio systems from the grid to avoid DC voltage, high level, frequencies and other interferences that reduce audio quality.
In the controlled full wave converter system, the delay angle of the semiconductor switches called ([alpha]) must be also
In addition to MP3 CD Burner, Acoustica also offers MP3 To Wave Converter, an application that equalizes and converts your MP3's to WAV files with just a single right click of the mouse, and Internet Audio Mix, a program that lets you play disk jockey by mixing MP3's, and setting volume fades and pans using a simple graphical interface.
Different from the state-of-the-art ocean wave converters, an innovative power takeoff mechanism named mechanical motion rectifier (MMR) is adopted, which converts the irregular oscillatory wave motion into regular unidirectional rotation of the generator.
For both tidal and wave converters, machine speeds tend to be quite low, particularly compared to wind turbines.