Definitions for **"GIGAHERTZ"**

A unit of frequency equal to one billion hertz.

An analog signal with the range of frequency of one billion cycles per second.

(GHz): 1) In radio frequency (RF) transmissions, GHz is used to describe 1,000,000,000 cycles per second, or Hertz. 2) In computing contexts, GHz describes 1,000,000,000 oscillations per second of the computer's processor. 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

see GHz.

An analog frequency unit equal to one billion hertz.

A billion cycles per second. Compare megahertz.

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

A unit of frequency denoting one billion (109) hertz.

Gigahertz. One billion cycles per second.

billion machine cycles per second.

One billion cycles per second (1x109).

1,000,000,000 periods per second

Giga = billion. 25 GHz means 25 billion Hz, or 25,000,000,000 Hz.

A unit of frequency equal to 1,000 million hertz.

One billion cycles per second (1.000.000.000 Hz/s). Signals above one gigahertz are called microwaves.

The gigahertz is equal to one-thousand-million (1,000,000, 000) hertz (Hz). The term hertz means cycles-per-second.

A measurement of transmission speed, either over the airwaves or through a conduit such as a fiber optic or network cable. One gigahertz is one billion times a second or 1,000 megahertz.

1,000,000,000 Hertz; a unit of frequency.

A measure of frequency in one billion cycles per second.

One billion cycles per second (109 cps).

A unit of frequency equal to 1 billion cycles per second. Pretty fast

one billion cycles per second. A speed measurement of microprocessors, called the clock speed.

the hertz (Hz) is a measure of frequency, which in scientific terms is the number of alternating cycles per second. It is common to see the letter k, m, or g in front of the acronym, and these are used to denote thousand (kilo), million (mega), and billion (giga) Hz.

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

Gigahertz (GHz) are used to express the speed of a central processing unit (CPU). 1 gigahertz equals 1000 megahertz (MHz). CPU speeds are increasing as technology improves; faster units have now reached speeds of 1GHz.

Also Known As: Ghz Definition: A unit of frequency (one billion cycles per second) used to measure the clock rate of modern digital logic, including microprocessors.

One billion hertz. Hertz is an international standard for measuring frequency. For example, wireless Ethernet 802.11b lies on the 2.4 GHz frequency band and wireless Ethernet 802.11a is transmitted at 5 GHz.

A measure of frequency representing 1 billion Hertz (cycles per sec).

1 Gigahertz is equal to one thousand megahertz (1000mhz). GHz is a measure of how fast the processor in a computer works.

One billion cycles per second or 1 billion Hertz (Hz).

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One billion hertz. A Hertz is the international unit for measuring frequency, equivalent to the older unit of cycles per second. The standard U.S. electrical power frequency is 60 Hz and wireless 802.11 LANs operate at 2.4 GHz.

Gigahertz (GHz) is a unit of measurement. One gigahertz equals one thousand million hertz.

A measure of computer processor speed equal to 1 billion hertz. Represents 1 billion instructions per second performed by the computer.

A frequency of one billion cycles per second.

A frequency equal to one billion cycles-per-second.

One thousand MHz or one billion cycles per second.

Frequency equal to one billion hertz. Back to handshaking In telephone communication, handshaking is the exchange of information between two modems and the resulting agreement about which protocol to use that precedes each telephone connection.

One billion cycles per second. Signals operating above 3 Gigahertz are known as microwaves. above 30 GHz they are know as millimeter waves. As one moves above the millimeter waves signals begin to take on the characteristics of Iightwaves.

A measure of frequency equal to 109 hertz.

One billion radio waves, or cycles, per second. Equal to one thousand Megahertz. [See Hertz

A measure of frequency: one billion (1000 million) cycles per second. Abbreviation: GHz.

One billion (1,000,000,000) hertz.

One billion cycles of electrical frequency per second.

GHz) 1 billion cycles/sec. -- one space between number and abbreviation (11.9300 GHz) -- hyphenate when used as an adjective

One billion ticks of the system clock. 4.8

Abbreviated GHz.

One billion cycles a second.