Does anyone know the formula for a square sine wave? Thanks
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Originally Posted by rainer Does anyone know the formula for a square sine wave? Thanks I'm not sure what you mean by "squared sine wave". The identity $\displaystyle sin^2\theta +cos^2\theta=1$ gives $\displaystyle sin^2\theta =1-cos^2\theta$. Is this what you're looking for?
No, I mean square like in the attached picture.
Originally Posted by rainer No, I mean square like in the attached picture. There are many ways to define a square wave. Read Fourier Series--Square Wave -- from Wolfram MathWorld
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