Figure 5.9: Constructive (above) and destructive (below) interference. In case of constructive interference, the amplitude of the resultant pulse is larger than amplitudes of the either individual pulse. In case of destructive interference, the amplitude of the resultant pulse is smaller than the amplitude of the larger (and possibly the smaller) pulse.
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