Wave (disambiguation)

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A wave is a disturbance that propagates through space and time, transferring energy. The original meaning was that of waves on water, or Wind waves. Many other phenomena are defined to be like waves.

Wave or waves may refer to:

Sciences

Mathematics

Computing and technology

  • Apache Wave (ex-Google Wave), open-source communication and collaboration web application and protocols by Apache
  • Microsoft Wave, a website dedicated to new technologies and developments from Microsoft
  • PV-Wave, a programming language
  • Wave Editor, a computer program
  • Wave (hoax), a 2014 hoax alleging the existence of microwave charging capabilities in the iOS 8 operating system
  • Waveform Audio File Format (WAVE/WAV), a file format mainly used for audio
  • Waves Audio, an audio processing and effects company
  • WebAIM WAVE, an accessbility evaluation tool
  • Wireless Access for Vehicular Environments (WAVE), IEEE 802.11p

Broadcasting

  • Carrier wave, a wave that carries a signal
  • CIWV-FM, an Ontario radio station (CIWV-FM) branded as Wave 94.7
  • Skywave, refracted radio wave
  • WAVE Radio, a Belize City radio station
  • WAVE (TV), a Louisville, Kentucky television station
  • Wave, a pair of television idents for BBC Two, the daytime version was introduced in early 2000 and the nighttime version was later introduced in late 2000, see BBC Two '1991–2001' idents

Music

Bands

Production

Albums

Songs

Video games

Literature

Dance

  • In Gabrielle Roth's 5Rhythms, a Wave is a sequence of the five kinds of improvised dance

Hairstyles

Sports

Vehicles

Organizations

Business and industry

Social sciences

Places

Other uses

See also