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Two-frequency beats of a non-dispersive transverse wave. Inspired by the deep water animation Wave_group by Kraaiennest. The red dot moves with the phase velocity, and the green dots propagate with the group velocity. Since the wave is non-dispersive, phase and group velocities are equal.

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