Definitions for **"MHz"**

A measure of wavelength. These high frequencies are generally used by video and radio transmitters. The higher the wavelength used, the better the signal quality, and the more directional the signal gets.

ega ert. The frequency at which measures the speed that data can be processed. This measure applies to every component of a computer. It is mainly used to represent the speed of the CPU although.

One million cycles per second, typically used in reference to a computer's clock rate. Both the clock rate and the processor type (80286, 80386, etc.) determine the power and speed of a computer. (7/96)

a unit of frequency denoting one million Hertz. Usually refers to the upper frequency band on a cabling system.

A unit of measure for frequency that can relate to the processing speed of a computer . Equal to one million hertz.

Mega Hz. 1MHz = 1 million Hz. See also Hz.

In computers, is a measure of processor speed. Higher numbers reflect a faster computer processor.

The unit of frequency used to measure the clock rate of modern digital logic, including microprocessors.

one million periods per second

For computers, a measure of the clock cycles of the central processing unit.

A measure of radio frequency.

One million (106) Hz.

Megahertz. Indicaties frequency, the amount of times a event takes place within a second. Often used to indicate processor speed.

MegaHertz -- a frequency of one million cycles per second. This is the unit in which the speed of a computer's processing unit is measured -- that is, the speed of the clock which initiates each action.

Megahertz: approximately one million cycles of electrical frequency per second.

MegaHertz Unit of frequency x106

A megahertz is one million electrical vibrations per second.

Megahertz. One million hertz.

Megahertz. A frequency of 1 million cycles per second, used to measure the 'heartbeat' of a computer.

Megahertz - 10^6Hz

Megahertz. This describes the speed of computer equipment. The higher the MHz the better the performance.

one million Hertz; megahertz ; a million cycles per second.

megahertz. An abbreviation for the unit of frequency in the SI system. One Hz is equal to 1 cycle per second. The prefixes k, M and G refer to one thousand times, one million times and one billion times, respectively. For instance, the frequency 1 GHz is equal to one billion cycles per second while 1 kHz is the same as one thousand cycles per second.

Megahertz – one is equal to 1,000 Hertz, or 1,000 cycles per second – is the measure used to indicate the frequency of an FM or TV channel. The bandwidth of the channel, from the top frequency to the bottom, is also measured in megahertz.

This stands for megahertz. When used in reference to shoplifting prevention systems, it is the radio frequency used between towers and anti theft tags or labels.

Megahertz. A million cycles (occurrences, alterations, pulses) per second. Used to describe the speed at which a computer's processor (or CPU) operates. A 25-MHz processor can handle 25 million operations per second.

Megahertz, or one million cycles per second. One measure of a microprocessor's speed is its clock speed, measured in MHz. A microprocessor that runs at 300 MHz completes 300 million clock cycles each second. Each computer instruction requires a specific number of clock cycles, so the faster the clock speed, the faster the computer will complete each task given to it.

A unit of frequency equal to one million hertz or cycles per second. Wireless communications occur in the 800 MHz, 900 MHz and 1900 MHz bands. See also Band , HZ (Hertz).

Short for megahertz, which is 1 million Hz.

Abbrev. f. "Megahertz," one-million (1,000,000) cycles per second. The FM radio broadcast band lies between 76MHz and 108Mhz. UHF radio-frequency wireless microphones fall somewhere between 400MHz and 900Mhz. European mobile telephones operate at 900MHz and 1800MHz (which is 1.8GHz). The newest revision of the PowerPC G4 processor runs at 500MHz.

Abbreviation for Megahertz. 1 MHz = 1 000 000 oscillations per second. This is used to measure frequency.

Megahertz, 1 million cycles per second (Also see "frequency")

MHz stands for megahertz - a measurement of a computer's speed. The more MHz, the faster the computer.

megahertz] A measure of frequency that equals 1 million cycles per second. The speeds for computer microprocessors, buses, and interfaces are typically measured in MHz.

One million (10) Hz.

A frequency measurement that equals a million cycles per second. 1 MHz = 1 million cycles per second, 800 MHz = 800 million cycles per second.

Short for megahertz. This unit is typically used to measure the processor speeds of computers. One megahertz is one million cycles per second. Every command given to a computer (from the keyboard, mouse, software, hardware, etc.) requires a fixed number of megahertz to execute. The more megahertz available, the faster commands can be executed, and the faster a computer will perform.

A million cycles of electromagnetic currency alternation per second and is used as a unit of measure for the "clock speed" of computer microprocessors.

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

Short for 'megahertz'. A measure of how fast your computer 'thinks'

Megahertz: Measurement of speed. One MHz equals one million cycles per second. It is used to measure clock speed.

Megahertz, or 1 million Hz.

Measurement of speed of CPU

Abbreviation for megahertz. One MHz represents one million cycles per second. The speed of microprocessors, called the clock speed, is measured in megahertz. For example, a microprocessor that runs at 200 MHz executes 200 million cycles per second. Each computer instruction requires a fixed number of cycles, so the clock speed determines how many instructions per second the microprocessor can execute. To a large degree, this controls how powerful the microprocessor is. Another chief factor in determining a microprocessor's power is its data width (that is, how many bits it can manipulate at one time). Typically used in this context to describe the speed of a computer's CPU, as in "K6-2/300 MHz." MHz only measures internal clock speed, not application performance. Many factors affect application performance. Speeds greater than 1000 MHz are usually referred to as GHz (Gigahertz).

Megahertz. Frequency equal to one million Hz, or cycles per second.

Megahertz: One million radio waves, or cycles, per second. Equal to one thousand Kilohertz. The abbreviations used are: GHz, MHz, KHz, and Hz.

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

megahertz: The unit used to measure the transmission speed between electronic devices.

(Megahertz). Used to measure a computer system's speed, one megahertz is equal to 1 million cycles per second.

(Megahertz) A measure of electromagnetic frequency.

Megahertz, unit of frequency measurement, 1,000,000 periods per second. Example: 147.075 MHz

A unit equal to 1 million hertz (1 million cycles per second).

A megahertz is 1 million complete cycles per second. This unit is most commomly used to measure transmission speeds of electronic devices, such as the clock speed of a microprocessor.

Megahertz.Millions of cycles (Hertz) per second. A frequency or frequency range (bandwidth) through which a cabling system is specified.

Megahertz, speed at which the processor runs at. Also measured in hertz, gigahertz, etc.

Megahertz. A unit measuring how fast a computer operates. Combined with the power of the CPU this determines how fast a computer will run.

Megahertz. A measure of the speed at which older CPUs run (newer CPUs' speed is measured in GHz). Equal to 1 million hertz.

Megahertz (one million cycles per second). Formerly mc.

Megahertz (106 Hertz).

Million cycles per second. The bandwidth area for FM broadcasts and television.

(megahertz) refers to a unit of measurement of communication frequency defined as one million cycles per second.

An abbreviation for megahertz, which equals 1 million hertz. Representing 1 million clock cycles per second, MHz also measures a processor's speed.

Used to measure a CPU’s speed, one megahertz is equal to about 1 million cycles per second.

MegaHertz. (1 million cycles per second). Used to measure the clock rate in microprocessors.

ega ert is a unit of frequency measurement. One Hertz (Hz) is equal to one cycle per second. Heinrich R. Hertz, a German physicist, first detected electromagnetic waves in 1883. 1 Megahertz is one million electrical vibration cycles per second. The original IBM-Personal Computers in the early 1980's were controlled by Central Processing Units (CPUs) that were synchronized with clock crystals vibrating at 4.77 MHz. Present PCs operate at frequencies as high as 200 MHz.

Megahertz: millions of cycles per second. A measurement of frequency.

MegaHertz. Millions of Hertz, or cycles per second.

Mega Hertz

MegaHertz - this term is used to describe the "speed" of a computer's CPU and translates to one million cycles per second. Todayâ€™s CPUâ€™s are now measured in GigaHertz. (megaâ€”one million)

Stands for megahertz. A measure of the frequency of a timing signal that's equal to 1,000,000 cycles per second. A measure of how fast the processor in your PC works.

Megahertz; a measure of the clock speed of a computer or the frequency of a radio signal.

MegaHertz. Millions of cycles per second. The unit of frequency used to measure the clock rate microprocessors.

Megahertz Millions of cycles per second. Most often used as a measurement of a PC processor chip's speed and power, with bigger numbers meaning more speed and a higher price.

Megahertz, the frequency of radio carrier waves measured in millions of cycles per second.

Million Hertz or oscillatory cycles per second

Megahertz (see also).

(megahertz): A measure of the speed at which CPUs operate. Today's new computers are 266â€“400 MHz. Also measures the frequency or sound waves of phones.

megahertz - one million complete variations in amplitude per second.

Equal to one million Hz. Video signal bandwidth is typically expressed in megahertz.

Megahertz (variously 1,000,000 if a drive maker or 1,048,576 = 2^20)

See Megahertz.

MegaHertz: 1,000 kHz, or 1,000,000 cycles per second.

Megahertz. A million cycles per second. Describes the operation speed of a computerâ€™s processor (CPU).

Megahertz. Measurement of internal processor speed.

This stands for the "MegaHertz" rating and is the primary measure of a CPU's speed. One Megahertz is one million clock cycles per second. Thus, a 400 MHz processor will have twice as many clock cycles per second as a 200 MHz processor, but this doesn't necessarily mean it is twice as FAST...

Stands for Megahertz (1 million hertz), this is the frequency range video is transmitted at.

Abbreviation for "Megahertz"; used for indicating radio frequencies for radio control vehicles. Frequencies for radio control are 27 Mhz and 49 Mhz. Different frequencies prevent interference if someone else is also playing with a radio control toy. Please check toy descriptions for details on MHz used for toy.

Megahertz. A unit of analog frequency used to measure the speed of the computer microprocessor.

Megahertz, a measure of frequency in millions (mega) of cycles per second.

This is a measure of speed in computing devices. It tells how fast a computer can process numbers. Handheld devices generally run around 16 MHz whereas laptops run about 500 MHz and desktop computers run up to 1000 MHz. The reason for the vast difference in speed is that handheld devices are not meant to handle Microsoft Office or 3D games, while desktop computers have to handle these programs.

Megahertz, or one million cycles per second. A measure of the speed of a microprocessor (sometimes referred to as the computer's "clock speed").

A measurement used to gauge the speed of a CPU. One megahertz is equivalent to 1 million cycles per second.

Abbreviation for megahertz, a unit of frequency equal to 1,000,000 cycles per second.

megahertz; a unit of measure for frequency equal to one million cycles per second.

Megahertz. A measurement of one million cycles per second. Used to describe the cycle rate of the SCSI bus.

A frequency measurement, refers to millions of cycles per second, for example a processor running at 500 MHz can handle 500 Million cycles per second. 1 MHz is equal to 1,000,000 Hz. Hertz is named after Physicist Heinrich Hertz.

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

megahertz - MHz is an abbreviation for megahertz. It is a unit of measurement. One Hertz (Hz) is equal to one cycle per second. Heinrich R. Hertz, a German physicist, first detected electromagnetic waves in 1883. 1 Megahertz is a unit of measurement for indicating the frequency of one million electrical vibration cycles per second. The original IBM-Personal Computers in the early 1980's were controlled by Central Processing Units (CPUs) that were synchronised with clock crystals vibrating at 4.77 megahertz.

(refer to GHz) 1 megahertz is 10^6 hertz.

MegaHertz. Not a massive car rental company, but a measure of electromagnetic frequency that is used by the service provider network to establish communications. In Australia the mobile networks generally use 900MHz, but in other countries it may be 1800MHz or 1900MHz. For a phone to be able to provide you with global roaming capability, it must support all three frequencies.

MegaHertz = 1.000.000 Hertz

Abbreviation for "MegaHertz," describes the frequency of a crystal or oscillator in terms of millions of Hertz (cycles per second). A frequency denoted as "10.0 MHz" is the same as frequency of 10,000,000 Hertz (cycles per second).

One million hertz, or one million cycles per second.

MegaHertz Million Hertz. The bandwidth of the video signal is 4.2 MHz. A normal U.S. television transmission channel is 6 MHz.

One million hertz or cycles per second. Used to measure radio frequency.

milliHertz

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