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ilo ert, the number of audio samples per second. Higher sample rates yield better sound quality with better high-end response but larger files.

Kilo Hertz (1000 cycles per second)

a term meaning 1000 cycles per second.

A unit equal to 1,000 hertz (i.e., 1,000 cycles per second).

ilo ert Scale metre for frequencies.

Kilo Hz. 1KHz = 1 thousand Hz. See also Hz.

frequency measurement unit used to indicate Thousand Cycles per Second

Is a measure of frequency. 1 GHz = 1000 MHz = 10,000 KHz = 100,000 Hz.

1,000 cycles per second. The frequency of an electrical signal or event. See also Hertz (Hz) and MegaHertz (MHz).

1,000 Hz (See Hertz).

one thousand periods per second

One thousand Hz; 1 kHz equals 1,000 Hz and 20 kHz is 20,000 Hz.

A measure of radio frequency.

kilohertz, the frequency of a radio carrier wave measured in thousands of cycles per second. 1 kHz = 1,000 Hertz.

The Abbreviation for kilohertz (1,000 Hz).

Kilohertz. Thousand Hertz.

Kilohertz - 10^3 Hz

kiloHertz, 1 kHz = 1,000 Hertz's. Also see Hertz.

An Abbreviation of kilo-Hertz.

Kilohertz or one thousand Hz.

kilohertz, 1000Hz (see Hertz).

Kilohertz, equal to 1,000 Hertz.

kilo- hertz: one thousand hertz, a unit of frequency.

Abbrev. f. "Kilohertz," one-thousand (1,000) cycles per second. Humans are generally thought to hear frequencies up to 20kHz. The AM radio broadcast band lies between 530kHz and 1600kHz. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | dddddfasdf S t u p i d shop...

a thousand cycles per second

The abbreviation for "kiloHertz," used to describe the frequency of a crystal or oscillator in terms of thousands of Hertz (cycles per second). A frequency specified as "10.0 kHz" would be understood as being a frequency of 10,000 Hertz (cycles per second). A frequency specified as "10,000 kHz" would be understood as being a frequency of 10,000,000 Hertz (cycles per second).

kiloHertz are the number of audio samples per second. Higher sample rates have better sound quality, but the trade-off is a larger file size.

1000 Hertz

Kilo Hertz. Unit of frequency equal to 1,000 Hz.

Kilohertz, 1,000 Hertz, or one thousand cycles per second.

Kilohertz: One thousand radio waves, or cycles, per second.

1 kHz = 1 thousand times per second NB:- Case-dependent SEE Hz, MHz, GHz

frequency measured in kiloHertz

kilohertz (thousands of Hertz). See Hertz.

KiloHertz, (analog), thousands of cycles per second.

Kilohertz, unit of frequency measurement, 1,000 periods per second. Example: 455 kHz

kiloHertz A measurement of frequency equal to 1000 cycles per second, or 1000 Hz.

Kilohertz, or thousands of cycles per second. See also Hz.

kiloHertz, Hz x 1000.

Kilohertz (103 Hertz).

Abbreviation for kilohertz, or 1000 cycles per second.

Kilo-Hertz metre

1000Hz or kiloHertz. or 1000 cycles per second.

Kilohertz, or 1,000 samples per second. See Sample rate.

(Kilohertz) Hertz is a unit of frequency. It replaces the old term (cycle per second).

Means kilohertz

See kilohertz.

Unit of frequency, equal to one thousand hertz or cycles per second.

kilohertz — A measurement of frequency that equals 1000 Hz.

Kilohertz or 1,000 Hertz

Abbreviation for kilohertz, 1,000 hertz.

kilo Hertz (variously 1000 or 1024 = 2^10)

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KiloHertz. Unit of frequency equal to 1,000 Hz.

Kilo Hertz - 103 c/s

Abbreviation for kilohertz, a unit of frequency equal to 1000 cycles per second.

a unit of frequency measurement equal to 1,000 cycles per second (Hertz)

Kilohertz. 1,000 Hertz or a multiple thereof.

see ilo ert, Hertz, MHz. Sounds are typically sampled at 11.025 kHz, 22.050 kHz, or 44.1 kHz. Refer to the Tech Note, " Sound Sampling Rates in Director".

a thousand Hertz.