An engineer has identified two signals that are 180 degrees out of phase . What can be determined about these two signals?

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An engineer has identified two signals that are 180 degrees out of phase . What can be determined about these two signals?

  • These two RF signals will add together as they are received.
  • These two RF signals were produced at exactly the same time.
  • These two RF signals will tend to cancel each other out as they are received.
  • These two RF signals will have matching cycles and identical signals.

Explanation: Signals designated as out of phase do not have matching cycles and are not identical. These signals may cancel each other out as they are received.

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