is sinusoidal same same with pure sine wave

jay32267

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I think....just from those two words....it's a tough call.

"Pure sine wave" is pretty well defined.

but "sinusoidal" leaves wiggle room.....for it not to be a true sine wave.

I would definitely go with "pure sine wave" over "sinusoidal" given the choice.
 
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I think....just from those two words....it's a tough call.

"Pure sine wave" is pretty well defined.

but "sinusoidal" leaves wiggle room.....for it not to be a true sine wave.

I would definitely go with "pure sine wave" over "sinusoidal" given the choice.
okay thanks
 
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It looks like marketing is inventing things again since mathematically speaking, a "sinusoidal" wave is any type of smoothly oscillating wave. A sine wave is a type of sinusoidal.
Yeah maybe thats true because no matter how i search it on google sinosoidal is like a type of equation
 

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