low-frequency current

low-frequency current

[′lō ‚frē·kwən·sē ′kə·rənt]
(electricity)
An alternating current having a frequency of less than about 300 kilohertz.
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Among these forms of medium frequency electrical stimulation, interferential current (IFC) is a device frequently used clinically, with a higher tissue penetration and less discomfort when compared to low-frequency current.
Our students are given a design problem requiring them to protect sensitive analog components (usually audio amplifiers or phase-locked loop oscillators) from digital circuitry by gapping the return plane in such a way that the low-frequency currents are isolated and the high-frequency currents are not impeded.
But the membranes that enclose cells will impede movement of a low-frequency current through those cells.

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