Peak value of sine

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Explanation of sine wave amplitudes.

Peak value of sine wave means the maximum value found on a sinusoidal waveform compared to the zero level.

Other commonly used amplitude values are root mean square and peak-to-peak.

  • Peak of sine is 1.414 times larger than root mean square (RMS) on a sine wave
  • Peak of sine is 1/2 of its peak-to-peak value

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