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kHz

(physics)

kHz

(KiloHertZ) One thousand cycles per second. See horizontal scan frequency.
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Figure 3 shows a picture of some of the monolithic 250 kHz air coupled transducers and the 450 kHz sectorized 8-elements transducer.
If I currently have a license for a 25 kHz channel, will I automatically be entitled to license two 12.
The total harmonic distortion percentages of the 1 kHz sine waves were measured with a stand-alone FFT analyzer that produced a display that reflects the parameters of frequency on the horizontal axis and amplitude on the vertical axis.
The null hypothesis: there is no significant difference between predeployment and ongoing deployment audiometric threshold levels at the individual frequencies of 500 Hz, 1 kHz, 2 kHz, 4 kHz, and 6 kHz between routine physical exam group and hearing protected acoustic trauma group.
The red curves were taken with 25-45 kHz filter and the blue curves with 25-100 kHz filter in ASIp-2.
Values to be counted in KHZ analysis are in terms of the amounts that parties would be willing to pay to acquire a right or possession, and amounts that parties would be willing to accept in exchange for a right or possession.
Table II summarizes results acquired from measurements of the PMSM motor efficiency for PWM frequencies ranging from 4 kHz to 20 kHz with the increment of 1 kHz, for the speed values of 300 rpm, 500 rpm, 750 rpm, 1000 rpm and 1200 rpm for the constant torque of 2 Nm.
A PAC Wavegen-1410 board provided a 160-V single-cycle square-wave with frequency varying from 100-900 kHz at 100 kHz intervals, to drive the conical source transducer.
The EyeCon-2 high-speed laser line sensor for tire sidewall inspection radial run out measurement and other applications in the rubber and tire industry is said to be unique in that it has dual vision cameras in one sensor housing that detect small defects wherever they occur at a full 2 kHz sample rate and at a high resolution.