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low frequency

n. Abbr. LF
A radio frequency in the range from 30 to 300 kilohertz.

low frequency

n
1. (Telecommunications) a radio-frequency band or a frequency lying between 300 and 30 kilohertz. : low-frequency
2. (Telecommunications) of or relating to such bands or frequencies
Abbreviation: LF

low′ fre′quency


n.
a radio frequency between 30 and 300 kilohertz. Abbr.: LF
[1895–1900]
low′-fre′quen•cy, adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.low frequency - 30 to 300 kilohertz
radio frequency - an electromagnetic wave frequency between audio and infrared
electromagnetic spectrum - the entire frequency range of electromagnetic waves
2.low frequency - a pitch that is perceived as below other pitcheslow frequency - a pitch that is perceived as below other pitches
pitch - the property of sound that varies with variation in the frequency of vibration
deepness - a low pitch that is loud and voluminous
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