- n. Plural form of waveform.
“Recordings of Red List infractions, and any subsequent Blue Coat visits, come to me as pieces of audio we call waveforms—acoustic data we can watch as well as hear.”
“We are also developing other "waveforms" - protocol stacks for other radio interface standards.”
“I’m sure I would do just as poor a job if I reviewed a paper on laser optical waveforms, which is why I don’t do it – I don’t know the discipline.”
“Then use the Sampler Instruments menu to load various "waveforms" to create new "synthesizer" sounds.”
“IMPAX Data Center is a highly scalable and fault tolerant DICOM archive system designed to store clinical DICOM data objects, including DICOM encapsulated non-imaging objects such as waveforms, structured reports and PDFs.”
“As digital-to-analog converters are key components in classical communication devices (for example, producing the sound waveforms in cell phones), this experiment might enable more advanced communication protocols for the transmission of quantum information.”
“The morning of her fall will come sour, her head caught in a cylinder that fills again and again with waveforms that make her nauseous, the sonic expressions of the acrid tastes in her mouth.”
“As the waveforms from magnetic fields creep toward the foreground, he is waking up in his chair.”
“The complex waveforms of the signal delivered no meaning, and even the painstaking work which had been done in unpicking the signal – stripping out individual sounds – gave no indication of how they had been produced, or why.”
“She brought up a set of waveforms on screen, which were layered within each other in multiple nested sub-channels.”
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