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A sinusoidal waveform is said to have a unity amplitude when the amplitude of the wave is equal to 1.
where A = 1.
This terminology is most commonly used in Digital Signal Processing and is usually associated with the Fourier series and Fourier Transform sinusoids that involve a duty cycle, α, and a defined fundamental period, To.
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