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frequency band[′frē·kwən·sē ‚band]
A continuous range of frequencies extending between two limiting frequencies.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
frequency bandsFollowing are the ranges of frequencies in the bands specified by the ITU. See spectrum, frequency range, satellite frequency bands, 5G frequency bands and optical bands.
Frequency Band From To ELF Extremely low 3 Hz 30 Hz SLF Super low 30 Hz 300 Hz ULF Ultra low 300 Hz 3 KHz VLF Very low 3 KHz 30 KHz LF Low 30 KHz 300 KHz MF Medium 300 KHz 3 MHz HF High 3 MHz 30 MHz VHF Very high 30 MHz 300 MHz UHF Ultra high 300 MHz 3 GHz SHF Super high 3 GHz 30 GHz EHF Extremely high 30 GHz 300 GHz THF TeraHertz 300 GHz 3 THz
frequency range(1) A group of frequencies in the electromagnetic spectrum that are assigned by regulatory agencies for a particular purpose. Also called a "frequency band." See frequency bands, spectrum, satellite frequency bands and optical bands.
(2) A group of frequencies that occur naturally such as the audio spectrum. See audio.
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