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radio_basics [2015/11/19 14:43]
cwh0009 [Phase]
radio_basics [2015/11/19 14:47]
cwh0009 [Phase]
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-Phases of electrical signals represent a shift in time and are usually ​reported in relation to other signals.+Phases of electrical signals represent a shift in time and are almost always ​reported in relation to other signals. Signals that have the same starting point have a phase shift of 0° relative to each other and are said to be //in phase//. Signals with a phase shift between them are said to be //out of phase// relative to each other.
  
-^Phase |+^Phase ​Shifts ​|
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 |The phase (θ) of the blue signal is being measured relative to the red signal. In this example, the blue signal is a little less than 45° out of phase with the red signal.| |The phase (θ) of the blue signal is being measured relative to the red signal. In this example, the blue signal is a little less than 45° out of phase with the red signal.|
radio_basics.txt · Last modified: 2015/11/19 14:47 by cwh0009