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kHz

abbr.
kilohertz
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kHz

symbol for
(Units) kilohertz
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kHz

kilohertz.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.kHz - one thousand periods per second
cycle per second, cycles/second, hertz, Hz, cps, cycle - the unit of frequency; one hertz has a periodic interval of one second
Mc, megacycle, megacycle per second, megahertz, MHz - one million periods per second
rate - a magnitude or frequency relative to a time unit; "they traveled at a rate of 55 miles per hour"; "the rate of change was faster than expected"
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Translations

kHz

ABBR =kilohertzkHz, KHz
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kHz

abbr (=kilohertz) → kHz(= kilohertz)
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kHz

abbr of kilohertzkHz
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Frequencies of ultrasonic vocalizations emitted by individual rats changed, ranging from 40 to 71 kHz, in this study.
Using the developed simulation model, the initial computations were performed applying the operation frequency of 25 kHz with the aim to define the current density in induction coil necessary for the formation of a good joint.
Conversely, sounds at frequencies between 1 kHz and 3 kHz are transferred to the cochlea with significantly less resistance and greater intensity than when they entered the ear canal.
Power spectra of selected AE waveforms within the frequency range between 0 and 400 kHz were visually compared for the two types of sensor for a given leak and pressure, as well as for increasing pressure for a given leak diameter and for increasing leak diameter at constant pressure, respectively.
Accurate geometric surface data even at steep edges of raised lettering uncover bulges or depressions under embossed features perfectly, while eliminating invalid data drop outs at a full 2 kHz sample rate, according to the company.
In the 44-kHz mode the slow rolloff starts slightly in-band, at 18.3 kHz instead of 20 kHz.
Most fish can't detect frequencies above 3 kHz or so.
Through the "regard for others," KHZ analysis can entail societal demands for justice and concern for future generations.
These spectral features occur at frequencies from about 4 khz through 16 khz and vary in frequency and amplitude as a function of sound source position and individual pinna, head, and torso characteristics (Kistler & Wightman, 1992; Kuhn, 1987; Mehrgardt & Mellert, 1977; Middlebrooks, Makous, & Green, 1989; Shaw, 1979; Shaw & Teranishi, 1968).
Pure-tone thresholds for air conduction were conducted at 0.25, 0.5, 1, 2, 4, and 8 kHz frequencies.
Collectively, these six claims cover methods for delivering SCS therapy at frequencies between 1.5 kHz and 100 kHz.
W ich przypadku wystepuja przekroczenia dopuszczalnych wartosci [6] w zakresie zarowno poziomow cisnien akustycznych w pasmach 1/3-oktawowych z przedzialu 10-40 kHz odniesionych do 8-godzinnego dobowego wymiaru czasu pracy, jak i wartosci maksymalnych.