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kilohertz

one thousand hertz; one thousand cycles per second.

kilohertz

[′kil·ə‚hərts]
(physics)
A unit of frequency equal to 1000 hertz. Abbreviated kHz. Also known as kilocycle (kc).

kilohertz (kHz)

The frequency of a radio carrier wave measured in thousands of cycles per second. 1 kHz = 1000 hertz.

kilohertz

One thousand cycles per second. See Hertz.
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