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posted by Kevin .
Thanks for letting me know about wave seperation. Could you tell me more please. What exactally is meant by wave seperation. Does it mean above and below the midline or does it mean seperation between wave cycles? What does it mean?

That term, wave separation, has no specific meaning. You will have to rely on context clues.
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