## What causes Squarewaves?

Square waves are typically generated by metal–oxide–semiconductor field-effect transistor (MOSFET) devices due to their rapid on–off electronic switching behavior, in contrast to BJT transistors which slowly generate signals more closely resembling sine waves rather than square waves.

## How do you find amplitude?

The Amplitude is the height from the center line to the peak (or to the trough). Or we can measure the height from highest to lowest points and divide that by 2.

**What is sine wave formula?**

Sine Wave. A general form of a sinusoidal wave is y(x,t)=Asin(kx−ωt+ϕ) y ( x , t ) = A sin ( kx − ω t + ϕ ) , where A is the amplitude of the wave, ω is the wave’s angular frequency, k is the wavenumber, and ϕ is the phase of the sine wave given in radians.

**Can you swim in square waves?**

Because the phenomenon is usually associated with strong and powerful rip tides. Swimming or surfing in the middle of a cross-sea is not something you should be doing, even if you’re an experienced swimmer or wave rider. Square waves can also cause boating accidents and shipwrecks.

### What is the period of sin?

2π

The period of the sine function is 2π. For instance, sin(π) = 0.

### What is the graph of cosine?

To graph the cosine function, we mark the angle along the horizontal x axis, and for each angle, we put the cosine of that angle on the vertical y-axis. The result, as seen above, is a smooth curve that varies from +1 to -1. It is the same shape as the cosine function but displaced to the left 90°.

**What is the height of a wave called?**

The highest part of the wave is called the crest. The lowest part is called the trough. The wave height is the overall vertical change in height between the crest and the trough and distance between two successive crests (or troughs) is the length of the wave or wavelength.

**What is so special about a sine wave?**

The exact shape of a sine wave is very important to the field of electronics because it is the only wave shape that has energy at only one frequency. All other possible wave shapes contain energy at more than one frequency at the same time.

#### What is an example of a sine wave?

A sine wave is a repetitive change or motion which, when plotted as a graph, has the same shape as the sine function. For example, on the right is a weight suspended by a spring. As it bounces up and down, its motion, when graphed over time, is a sine wave.

#### What is the formula for a sine wave?

The Sine wave is the graph that is formed if the function contains a sine function. The General Formula of the Sine wave is: y=AsinB(x-C)+D where x is the angle or theta.

**What are the properties of a sine wave?**

Properties of Sine Waves. Sine waves have a “length” called a wavelength. There are other properties of waves and sine waves, such as their frequency, amplitude, phase, and speed. The frequency of a sine wave is the number of oscillations a wave has in a certain period of time, for example one second.