what is meant by out of phase and in phase?

Asked by  | 21st Dec, 2012, 10:24: AM

Expert Answer:

Phase difference is the difference, expressed in electrical degrees or time, between two waves having the same frequency and referenced to the same point in time. Two oscillators that have the same frequency and different phases have a phase difference, and the oscillators are said to be out of phase with each other.

Answered by  | 21st Dec, 2012, 03:52: PM

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