Published On: Tue, Nov 20th, 2012

Electronics Wave

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“The physical size of a transformer has a profound effect upon its efficiency, power output, relative cost and temperature rise”

Author: Dr. Cynthia Barak

Research USA American Engineering testing (AET) Consultant

A square wave is a waveform that rises quickly to particular amplitude and remains constant for a time period and drops fast at the end. In digital systems, square waves are the norm, because they represent a binary digit (0 or 1). Square waves can also be generated in musical synthesizers and have a raspy sound. Using Fourier expansion with cycle frequency f over time t, we can write an ideal square wave as an infinite series of the form.More