basic frequency

basic frequency

[′bā·sik ′frē·kwən·sē]
(physics)
The frequency, in any wave, which is considered the most important; in a driven system, it would generally be the driving frequency, while in most periodic waves it would correspond to the fundamental frequency.
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Vector analysis, frequency and phase trends, and other tools allow educators to teach concepts well beyond basic frequency and amplitude.
If you stretch a graphene sheet from end to end the thin layer can oscillate at a basic frequency of getting on for a billion times a second.
Dawson estimates it is possible to have as many as four different programs on the same basic frequency.
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The basic frequency of desired signal was equal [[omega].
The timetable has been revised to reflect the route changes, but the basic frequency of buses remains the same.
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The combination of high-speed measurement and built-in analysis provides new functionality previously unavailable in basic frequency counter/timers.
QS vibrating with the basic frequency constitute physical space, are devoid of mass, and are the "non-entropy state" of energy, and therefore, are not perceived by our senses.
This provides customers with the choice of supporting the basic frequency division multiplexing (FDM) or enabling an additional 32 carriers for greater throughput and reach.