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kHz

(KiloHertZ) One thousand cycles per second. See horizontal scan frequency.
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In this experiment, 40 kHz calls were often found during bouts of 'contact' and 'other'.
According to the parameters of available laboratory equipment, the frequency of the source current of 25 kHz was considered and compared with results of temperature distribution obtained for higher frequencies up to 45 kHz.
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.
5, there are clear contributions at frequencies above 150 kHz for all pressures that have been tested.
The effect of the shape of the impulse response of the filter in the time domain that results from moving from 44 kHz to 96 kHz sampling is easier is to appreciate directly in comparison to looking at group delay curves vs.
Therefore, the problem is apparently impossible to solve, as monetary amounts to be paid or received must be the terms used in KHZ analysis.
This stimulus signal was ramped (20 ms rise time) and set at 65 dBA with the filter set to low-pass all frequencies below 16 khz (i.e., LP16).
At 3 months' follow-up, the average hearing gain was 22.7[+ or -]24.9, 25.2[+ or -]24.3, 21.5[+ or -]21.3, 19.0[+ or -]19.6, 17.8[+ or -]20.9, and 7.6[+ or -]13.5 dB, respectively, for audiogram frequencies of 0.25, 0.5, 1, 2, 4, and 8 kHz in the steroid group.
Wyniki niniejszej pracy stanowia uzupelnienie wiedzy o wlasciwosciach tlumienia powszechnie stosowanych wkladek przeciwhalasowych w przypadku ekspozycji pracownika na halas ultradzwiekowy w zakresie czestotliwosci 10-16 kHz. Na podstawie wartosci tlumienia dzwieku przedstawionych w niniejszej pracy i wynikow pomiarow parametrow halasu ultradzwiekowego na stanowisku pracy [17,18] mozliwy bedzie dobor ochronnikow sluchu do tego rodzaju halasu.
Notably, Dobie [19] explored the relationships between pure-tone averages (at 0.5, 1, 2, and 3 kHz) and self-assessed hearing disability scores of 1001 patients and found no correlation between self-assessed scores and pure-tone averages in patients whose pure-tone averages were below 25 dB HL.
Belar has also updated the AMMA-2 with 5 kHz and 8 kHz low-pass filters to provide accurate AM readings in the presence of HD Radio carriers.
Broadband flow noise, also referred to as "whoosh" or "blow noise," has been observed earlier over a range of 1.5-3.5 kHz [7, 8, 9] (for CI engines) and 5-7 kHz [10] (for SI engines).