kilohertz


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kil·o·hertz

 (kĭl′ə-hûrts′)
n. Abbr. kHz
A unit of frequency equal to 1,000 hertz.
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kilohertz

(ˈkɪləʊˌhɜːts)
n
(Units) one thousand hertz; one thousand cycles per second. Symbol: kHz
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kil•o•hertz

(ˈkɪl əˌhɜrts)

n., pl. -hertz, -hertz•es.
a unit of frequency, equal to 1000 cycles per second. Abbr.: kHz Formerly, kilocycle.
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kil·o·hertz

(kĭl′ə-hûrts′)
A unit of frequency equal to 1,000 cycles per second. It is used to express the frequency of radio waves.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.kilohertz - 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

kilohertz

[ˈkɪləʊˌhɜːts] Nkilohercio m
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kilohertz

[ˈkɪləhɜːrts] nkilohertz m
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kilohertz

nKilohertz nt
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kilohertz

[ˈkɪləʊˌhɜːts] nchilohertz m inv
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Power line carrier systems are also referred to as power line digital subscriber lines (PDSL), power line networking or power line telecommunications and are defined by OSHA (Occupational and Safety Hazards Administration) as "communication equipment that operates at radio-frequencies, generally below 600 kilohertz, to transmit information over electric power transmission lines." Increasing demand for power in every business vertical will create optimistic growth opportunities for the power line carrier system market over the forecast period.
The Cobolt Tor XS provides a combination for its size of kilohertz repetition rates, short pulse lengths and pulse-to-pulse stability.
Digital light processing devices can create illumination patterns for structured light 3D imaging at tens of kilohertz refresh rate, but the speed of imaging is normally limited to the frame rate of the image sensor.
Starting around 1960, ships began emitting underwater signals in a range of about 5 kilohertz (kHz).
Our antennas cover the RF spectrum, from kilohertz to gigahertz and support countless mission critical military, air/sea navigation, ILS and voice/data communications applications including High Frequency (HF) antennas, Distributed Antenna System (DAS)/Small Cell antennas, RFID/Electronic Toll antennas, Ground-to-Air antennas, Intelligent Transportation antennas and Instrument Landing System (ILS) antennas.
Digital audio options include AES/EBU and S/PDIF up to 96 kilohertz.
I need three or four more kilohertz," David Law, who runs JNLWD's technology division, told Defense One.
Scientists theorize that orcas force air between the nasal sacs and the blowholes to produce a range of sounds from 0.1 kilohertz to 40 kilohertz.
It started from 300 meter band 1062 kilohertz in 1980 but currently it runs on FM107.
He adds that the amount of RF waves reaching the ground is 1,000 times lower than the safe range of RF waves (3 kilohertz to 300 gigahertz).
Harris' new radio will transmit over a 1.6MHz to 60MHz waveband achieving data rates of up to 120kbps across wavebands of three kilohertz (KHz) to 24KHz in width.