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A phenomenon produced by the interference of two continuous wavetrains having the same frequency traveling in opposite directions. A standing wave may result from the interference of a continuous wavetrain from a source and one resulting from reflection, or from two reflected wavetrains. Standing-wave patterns show amplitude nodes and antinodes alternating at 1/4 wavelength intervals. Continuous-wave radio-navigation systems set up standing-wave patterns.
 
A phenomenon produced by the interference of two continuous wavetrains having the same frequency traveling in opposite directions. A standing wave may result from the interference of a continuous wavetrain from a source and one resulting from reflection, or from two reflected wavetrains. Standing-wave patterns show amplitude nodes and antinodes alternating at 1/4 wavelength intervals. Continuous-wave radio-navigation systems set up standing-wave patterns.
 
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A phenomenon produced by the interference of two continuous wavetrains having the same frequency traveling in opposite directions. A standing wave may result from the interference of a continuous wavetrain from a source and one resulting from reflection, or from two reflected wavetrains. Standing-wave patterns show amplitude nodes and antinodes alternating at 1/4 wavelength intervals. Continuous-wave radio-navigation systems set up standing-wave patterns.