(KHz) - In radio frequency (RF) transmissions, KHz (sometimes kHz) is used to describe 1,000 cycles per second, or 1,000 Hertz. A-B C-D E-F G-H I-J K-L M-N O-P Q-R S-T U-V W-X-Y-Z

Unit of frequency equal to 1,000 Hz.

A measure of electromagnetic frequency in thousands of cycles per second. 1 KHz is equal to 1000 cycles per second.

A unit of frequency denoting one thousand (103) Hz.

one thousand periods per second

1000 Hertz, meaning 1000 cycles per second.

1000 cycles per second. A speaker producing a 10kHz tone is moving back and forth 10,000 times per second

Unit of frequency measurement denoting one thousand waves per second. (See "Frequency" and "Hertz")

One thousand hertz. Latency This term describes the amount of time computers and audio hardware take to generate or process audio signals. It is the delay between the actual start of an event and the moment in which it becomes audible. Latency

The unit of measurement for audio frequency (also known as cycles per second -cps).

A measure of frequency equivalent to 1000 hertz (Hz) or 1000 cycles per second. latency The delay that occurs while data is processed or delivered.

A measurement of Frequency. 1 kHz = 1,000 Hertz (formerly known as cycles per second)

1 kHz equals one thousand hertz or 1,000 times per second. Formerly kilocycles (kc).

One thousand hertz. Audible sound is between 20Hz to 20kHz. (The "Kilobyte" abbreviated "Kb", refers to 2 to the power of 10 bytes, or 1024 bytes.)

One thousand cycles per second.

A measuring unit for a sound wave, representing a thousand cycles per second.

Refers to a unit of frequency equal to 1,000 Hertz.

Unit of frequency measurement. 1Khz = 1,000 cycles per second.

one thousand (1000) Hertz, abbreviated kHz. See kilo, MHz, . Refer to the Tech Note, " Sound Sampling Rates in Director".

One thousand hertz. See Hertz.

n. Abbreviated kHz. A measure of frequency equivalent to 1,000 hertz, or 1,000 cycles per second. See also hertz.

Kilo meaning thousand and Hertz meaning cycles so that 1KHz is equivalent to 1 thousand cycles per second.