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A measure of frequency. It is the number of oscillations per second of a vibrating system.

The unit of frequency within a specific period, such as alternating or pulsating current; 1 Hz = 1 cycle per second.

Unit of frequency of electromagnetic radiation, equivalent to one cycle per second.

A unit of frequency equal to 1 cycle per second.

The unit of frequency, one cycle per second (abbreviated Hz).

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Units used to measure frequency.

SI unit of frequency. 1Hz = 1 cycle per second. Go to Index. Go to Index. Go to Index. Go to Index. Go to Index.

(Named after Heinrich Rudolph Hertz, a German physicist.) A measure of frequency, one cycle or complete oscillation of a radio waveform per second.

An audio measurement for the number of times a sound wave cycles in one second. A wave that repeats 20 times a second is rated 20 Hz.

Abbreviated Hz. In the physical sciences 1 Hz equals 1 cycle per second. The Hertz represents the standard measure of frequency.

The measurement of radio frequency characteristics. A single Hertz is equal to one cycle per second. A cycle is when a wave completes a full oscillation from its positive to its negative pole and back again.

The measurement of bandwidth in analog devices.

(Hz) - a measurement of the frequency of sound vibration. One hertz is equal to one cycle per second. The hertz is named for H.R. Hertz, a German physicist. Also a good place to rent a car when you’re on vacation.

A Hertz (Hz) is the unit used to measure frequency, with 1 Hz equal to 1 cycle per second.

The number of variations per second (e.g. picture frames, alternating of the current, etc).

the SI unit of measurement of frequency; equivalent to s-1.

The measure of how long it takes one complete (sound) wave to pass by a given point. One Hertz is one cycle per second. Abbreviated Hz. The higher the frequency, the higher the pitch of sound.

the SI unit of frequency, abbreviated Hz

Unit used for measuring frequency - one hertz is once cycle per second.

Hertz (Hz) is the SI derived unit, with a special name, for frequency. The hertz is the frequency of a periodic phenomenon of which the period is one second (Hz = 1 s-1). It is named after the German scientist Heinrich Hertza (1857 - 1894).

The unit of frequency (not just electricity, but also, for example, sound waves).

(Hz) - Number of cycle per second. 1 KHz equals to 1000 Hz. 1 MHz equals to 1000 KHz. 1 GHz equals to 1000 MHz.

Measure of frequency. Usually expressed as Hz. See Frequency.

A unit of frequency measurement used to express the number of complete cycles occurring in a one-second interval. Abbreviated as Hz.

A unit of measurement of frequency (qv)

International standard unit of frequency.

It is the unit of measuring the frequency of a sine wave or sqaure wave. The term designates the number of cycles exhibited by these waves each second. Named after a German physicist of the 19th century, Heinrich Hertz.

A unit used to measure frequency, where 1 Hertz = 1 cycle per second

the measurement of frequency. Hertz represents the number of cycles of an electrical signal measured in one second

The unit of frequency. 1 Hz means a signal of 1 cycle per second.

Measurement of the frequency or pitch of sound. The lowest pitch on an audiogram is 250 Hz. The measurement can go as high as 8000 Hz, which is the highest pitch measured.

the standard unit of frequency equal to 1 cycle per second. The larger unit megahertz (MHz) = 1,000,000 Hz.

The derived SI unit of frequency. A frequency of 1 Hz is equal to 1 cycle per second. (after H. Hertz, 1857 - 1894)

(Hz) - a unit of frequency equivalent to the now-denigrated "cycle-per-second" (cps). One Hertz (1 Hz) equals 1 cps.

the unit of frequency; one Hertz has a periodic interval of one second

German physicist who was the first to produce electromagnetic waves artificially (1857-1894)

German physicist who with James Franck proved the existence of the stationary energy states postulated by Bohr (1887-1975)

The unit which expresses cycle frequency.

is a unit of measurement equal to a sound wave's single cycle.

A unit for expressing frequency which is the number of times a wave-like radio signal changes from maximum positive to maximum negative and then back to maximum positive again. 1 Hz = 1 cycle per second. 1 kilohertz (kHz) = 1,000 Hz; 1 megahertz (MHz) = 1,000 kHz or 1,000,000 Hz; 1 gigahertz (GHz) = 1,000 MHz or 1 million kHz or 1 billion Hz. AMPS (analog) cellular phones in Canada and the US use the 800 MHz band. Digital phones use either the 800 MHz or 1900 MHz (or 1.9 GHz) frequencies. Specifically, CDMA and TDMA use either 800 or 1900 MHz; iDEN uses only 800 MHz; GSM uses only the 1900 MHz spectrum in North America. GSM uses 900, 1800, and/or 1900 MHz on other continents.

The unit of measurement of frequency. 1 hertz equals 1 cycle per second. A speaker producing a 50 HZ tone is moving back and forth 50 times per second

A term for cycles/second as an indication of frequency.

The international term for one complete electrical cycle or frequency.

A measure of the number of oscillations per second. 1 Hz = 1 cycle or oscillation/second.

Frequency of 1 cycle I second

(Abbr. Hz) A unit for measuring the frequency of electric waves.

Unit of frequency. The number of electromagnetic waves per second.

Standard unit for frequency.

An international measure of frequency or vibration equal to 1 cycle per second. The alternative current frequency used in North America is 60 hertz. In Europe and some other parts of the world it is 50 hertz.

Abbreviation Hz. This is a measuring unit for the number of oscillation periods per second. 1 Hertz = 1 oscillation period per second. Often used multiples are: kHz (Kilohertz), Mhz (Megahertz), Ghz (Gigahertz); 1 kHz = 1000 Hz 1 MHz = 1.000.000 Hz 1 Ghz = 1.000.000.000 Hz

(Abbr. H) A term used as an indication of frequency.

One cycle per second; the unit of frequency.

Unit of frequency measurement denoting one wave per second. (See "Frequency" and "Kilohertz")

Unit of frequency of a regularly repeated phenomenon, such as vibration. One Hertz is one cycle per second.

A measure of speed. One Hertz means one time per second, so one megahertz (MHz) means 1 million times per second. This is the common measure of speed for processors and electronic activities inside a computer.

An unit that measures the number of certain oscillations per second.

(Hz.) the unit used to measure sound wave frequency; one hertz = one cycle per second

A measure of frequency in one cycle per second.

(Hz) One hertz is the frequency of an electric or magnetic field which reverses polarity once each second, or one cycle per second.

The unit of frequency, one cycle per second of alternating current.

The unit for expressing frequency (f), a measure of electromagnetic energy. One Hertz equals one cycle per second.

Abbreviated as Hz. The scientific unit expressing the frequency of waves or vibrations. One Hz is one cycle per second. The greater the number of Hz, the higher the frequency.

A measurement used to describe wave cycle pitches per second, named after German physicist H. R. Hertz. One Hz equals one cycle per second.

A measure of radio frequency. One Hz=one cycle per second. KHz = 1,000Hz; MHz =1,000,000Hz; GHz=1,000,000,000Hz.

A unit equal to one cycle per second that measures the frequency of a periodic phenomenon such as an alternating current.

Unit of frequency. One Hz means a signal has one cycle per second.

A unit representing the measurement of one cycle per second.

The unit of measure for frequency.

The frequency with which an alternating current waveform rises and falls (as it changes polarity). See also: AC

(Hz) the frequency per second of an electrical signal's wave-form.

The basic unit of measurement of frequency, "Hertz" replaces the term "cycle per second". Used to denote one complete occurrence of an event.

A unit used to measure frequency. One hertz equals one cycle per second.

A measurement of frequency, named after a physicist who did a great amount of work on frequency theory. 1 Hz = 1 Cycle per second.

a unit of measurement representing one cycle per second.

The unit of frequency, defined as one cycle per second.

The number of cycles occuring during a second.

the unit measurement of frequency. One Hz equals one cycle per second. The frequency range of human hearing is from 20Hz to 20kHz (20,000Hz).

A rental company, formerly represented by O.J. Simpson. It is also a measure of speed. One Hertz means one cycle per second, so one megahertz (MHz) means...

Unit of frequency equal to one cycle per second.

SI unit of frequency, equivalent to one cycle per second. The frequency of a periodic phenomenon that has a periodic time of one second.

Unit of frequency. One Hertz equals one cycle, or one oscillation, per second.

the SI unit of frequency, equivalent to one cycle per second; symbol Hz, equivalent to s-1. Named after Heinrich Hertz (1857-1894) who confirmed the existence of radio waves.

Unit of frequency named after the nineteenth century German scientist who significantly advanced radio knowledge. One Hertz defines one cycle of a radio wave taking place within one second.

The frequency, or number of times per second, that the flow of AC electricity reverses itself. Also referred to as cycles (see alternating current).

the derived unit of frequency: 1 Hertz equals 1 cycle per second. Named for Heinrich Rudolph Hertz (1857-1894), a German physicist who studied electromagnetic radiation.

1 complete cycle per second. This unit is most commomly used to measure transmission speeds of electronic devices, such as the clock speed of a microprocessor, the small computer chip that handles data-related tasks, often in Megahertz (MHz).

Basic unit of measurement of frequency,"Hertz" can also be used instead of the term "cycle per second". Denotes one complete occurrence of an event.

The frequency with which alternating current changes directions, i.e. 60 cycles a second. is called 60 Hertz abbreviated. Its after the German physicist Heinrich Rudolf Hertz, 1857-94, who was prominent in the study of electromagnetic waves.

Repetitions per second.

A unit of frequency. 1 hertz (Hz) is a frequency of 1 vibration per second. A sound wave with a frequency of 150Hz vibrates 150 times per second.

A unit of measurement that measures how often a periodic event, such as a waveform, occurs. One hertz equals one cycle per second. Frequency is often measured in kilohertz (KHz, 1000Hz), megahertz (MHz, 1000 KHz), gigahertz (GHz, 1000MHz), or terahertz (THz, 1000 GHz).

The standard unit of frequency, equivalent to one cycle per second. See Frequency

A measure of electromagnetic energy, equivalent to one "wave" or cycle per second.

A unit of measurement denoting frequency, originally measured as ycles er econd, (CPS): 20 Hz = 20 CPS. Kilohertz (kHz) are hertz measured in multiples of 1,000.

A unit of frequency measurement; 1 hertz equals one cycle per second.

Unit of measure; one Hertz (Hz) equals one cycle per second.

Hertz equals one cycle per second, measuring the waves or frequencies of electric vibrations. Hertz is used to measure screen refresh rates and the speed of a microprocessor.

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Unit of measure of frequency.

a measurement used to represent the number of times per second a waveform repeats its pattern of motion (cycle).

An abbreviation for the frequency measurement of one cycle per second. Named after Heinrich Hertz, the German scientist who first described the properties of radio waves.

Cycles per second

A frequency unit equal to one cycle per second.

The frequency or bandwidth of a communication signal or channel, measured in oscillations per second. Oscillations refers to how fast the binary (on/off) code switches per second to keep up with the incoming signal.

Hz - A radio frequency measurement (one hertz = one cycle per second).

A unit of frequency equating to one cycle per second.

A unit of measure for the speed of a computer processor. It measures how many instructions per second a computer can perform.

The electrical unit of frequency. One cycle per second = one hertz.

Hertz, a frequency measurement unit used internationally to indicate one cycle per second.

Unit of frequency. 1Hz=1/s

The unit of frequency, symbol Hz. 1 Hz is 1 wave or cycle per second. Waves

The name given to the basic measure of radio frequency characteristics. An electromagnetic wave completes a full oscillation from its positive to its negative pole and back again in what is known as a cycle. A single Hertz is thus equal to one cycle per second.

In this case, not the car rental company. A unit of frequency measurement defined as one cycle for one second. Abbreviated –hz”. Used to describe computers systems and electrical current systems. Named after Heinrich Rudolf Hertz (1857-1894), a German physicist who was the first to produce radio waves artificially. www.ideafinder.com/history/inventors/hertz.htm

a unit of frequency indicating one vibration or cycle per second

Is a unit of measurement equal to 1 oscillation per second.

Measurement unit for vibrations or frequencies (certain amount of vibration in a certain period of time). One Hertz (Hz) equals one vibration per second. Light waves vibrate at several trillion Hertz. Sound waves, audible to the human ear, vibrate at a rate between 20 and 20.000 Hertz.

Frequency unit internationally used. One Hz equals one cycle per second.

A unit of measurement of one cycle per second, or one radio wave passing one point in one second of time. Named in honor of Heinrich Hertz, the discoverer of the theory of radio waves.

Unit of measurement for frequency.

A physical unit of frequency equal to 1 cycle/s.

One cycle per second. The standard for utility AC electricity in the United States is 60 HZ or 60 cycles/second.

Brief Hertz. A unit of the equal frequency to a cycle per second. One kilociclo = 1000 Hertz. One megaciclo = 106 (a million) Hertz. One Gigahertz = 109 Hertz.

The unit of frequency named after the physicist Heinrich Hertz (1857-1894). One hertz (Hz) is equal to one cycle/second.

A unit of frequency equal to one complete cycle each second, named after the physicist Heinrich Hertz.

The measure for CPU speed.

The frequency of an alternating signal.

The basic unit of frequency measurement; one cycle per second.

The unit of frequency equal to 1 cycle per second, or 2 PI radians per second.

(Hz): unit of frequency. One hertz = 1 wave peak/second.

Hertz expresses cycle frequency.

A measurement of frequency, equivalent to one "wave" or cycle per second. See also KHz, MHz, GHz.

(Hz): The number of cycles completed in a unit of time, i.e., 60 Hz is 60 cycles in 1 second.

Measurement used for the frequency (pitch) of sounds.

Frequency measurement. 1 Hertz = I cycle per second.

A unit for measuring frequency. One hertz is one cycle per second.

Basic unit of measurement of frequency, "Hertz" used instead "cycle per second". Also used to denote one complete occurrence of an event in 1 second.

A unit of frequency: one cycle per second. Named for Heinrich Hertz, who first produced radio radiation.

The unit for the measurement of frequency, where on Hertz equals one cycle per second.

Measuring unit of frequency.One Hz corresponds to oscillation per second.

A unit of measurement of one cycle per second when one radio wave passes one point in one second of time. Named in honor of Heinrich Hertz, the physicist who developed the theory of radio waves.

A unit of frequency equivalent to one cycle per second.

A unit used to measure frequency in cycles/seconds.

(Hz) - A unit of measurement of electrical vibrations; one Hz is equal to one cycle per second. Named after the discoverer.

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