D,  Signal Processing

Dynamic Data (Dynamic Waveform)

Dynamic waveforms, such as the one shown in “A” can be broken down into fundamental sine waves (B1, B2, B3) for analysis.


The measurement of a quickly changing signal recorded with vibration, pressure, microphone, or strain sensor. More properties, such as amplitude, frequency content, and phase information must be stored to fully capture the full content of the waveform.

Compare to Static Data.

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