Identifying type of waveform

Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by DRKM, Apr 22, 2010.

  1. DRKM

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    Looking for a basic equation for a waveform?
     
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  2. t_n_k

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    OK - it's clear that you are looking at how a complex waveform can [in your example] be comprised of a fundamental plus one or more harmonics.

    You ask what could be done to produce a better approximation. A better approximation of what? Are you asking is there another way to approximate (reproduce) the complex waveform from another perspective - other than the harmonic summation technique you used to produce it? There probably is - perhaps a polynomial representation - is that what you are asking?

    In any case what you have as the original means of constructing the waveform must of itself be the "best" - it's not an approximation, rather it's a perfect or complete solution free of approximation errors.
     
  3. DRKM

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    Thanks for that
     
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