# Time Period of one Cycle is way too large

I am calculating Time period of Sine/Cos Wave with different frequencies while keeping the Sampling Frequency at 1MHz and plotting it, but in some cases the value of time period is too big,

have a look at some of the examples.

n=[0:0.1:10] %because Time period is 10

F1=100*10^3; %100KHz  and t=1*10^-5
Fs=1*10^6;  %1MHz => Sampling Frequency
T=1/Fs;    %1*10^-6

%Time period = t/T => 10

xn=cos(2*pi*(F1)*n*T)   %T=1/Fs
stem(n,xn);

ylim([-1.5 1.5]);
xlim ([0 10]); %because Time period is 10
grid on;


Here Time period = 10 which means one oscillation would take 10seconds to complete. and here is the output as i expected, Similarly in second case when i changed the frequency to 10Hz while the Sampling frequency remains 1MHz the value of Time period is way too big,

n=[0:1000:100*10^3] %because Time period is 100*10^3

F1=10; %10Hz  and t=0.1
Fs=1*10^6  %1MHz
T=1/Fs;    %1*10^-6

%Time period = t/T => 100*10^3

xn=sin(2*pi*(F1)*n*T)

stem(n,xn)

ylim([-1.5 1.5])
xlim ([0 100*10^3])  %because Time period is 100*10^3
ylim ([-1 1])
grid on


and the output wave is, is it the correct value or am i doing some sort mistakes calculating the time period ?

The equation xn=cos(2*pi*(F1)*n*T) expects n to be a sample index vector (n=0:N) where N is the total number of samples. n*T or n/Fs produces the time vector.
F1 = 100e3;

Note that 1/F1 gives the time period of a single cycle.