Signal & Wave

How does a Signal differ from a Wave

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  • Nov 5th, 2014

Signal is something that we draw to represent a wave, where as wave is continuous signal that we see in real time i.e in CRO

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premchand gautam

  • Nov 10th, 2014

signal is that which gives some information.
wave is that which repeats its path after certain interval

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  • Nov 21st, 2014

signal is the one that propagates as being represented by a wave. ^_^

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  • Jul 5th, 2015

Signal have boundaries but waves dont have

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  • Jul 6th, 2015

Signal is something that hold information while wave is a plot of signal vs time

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pankaj berule

  • Sep 16th, 2015

A wave is somewhat a rough thing i.e. it only tells behavior of information w.r.t time. It may or may not have some information. Every signal is wave but every wave need not be the signal. Wave means its only format of occurrence of information. We can say that signal is being transferred in form of wave.

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  • Sep 19th, 2015

Signal is the information which is to be transmitted but a wave is used to represent the signal

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  • Oct 20th, 2015

Signal satisfies Dirchelet's condition where as Wave does not satisfy.

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