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megahertz

one million hertz; one million cycles per second.

megahertz

[′meg·ə‚hərts]
(physics)
Unit of frequency, equal to 1,000,000 hertz. Abbreviated MHz. Also known as megacycle (Mc).

MegaHertz

(MHz) Millions of cycles per second. The unit of frequency used to measure the clock rate of modern digital logic, including microprocessors.

megahertz

One million cycles per second. See MHz.
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The geolocation database for white space devices went live at the end of 2012, but earlier that year Congress had authorized the FCC to repackage the spectrum and auction off the 600 megahertz range.
And how can Megahertz, as a key technology partner, help these broadcasters overcome the challenges and find the opportunities available in an increasingly evolving broadcast and media landscape?
In this study, for the first time, we were able to obtain images of the posterior fundus of patients with diabetic retinopathy applying the recently [9] novel wide-field Megahertz OCT device.
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It recommended around a 60 per cent cut in the reserve price of the more-efficient 900 megahertz band that will be auctioned in three key cities -- Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata -- as Bharti and Vodafone's licences are due for renewal next year.
In a followup study (led by University of Arizona psychologists Jay Sanguineti and John JB Allen) preliminary results suggest 2 megahertz TUS (which traverses skull more readily) may be more effective in mood enhancement than 8 megahertz TUS.
The investment for rolling out services in the 700 megahertz band spectrum is likely to be half the investment required for the wireless broadband spectrum auctioned in 2010, said the report, citing department of telecom officials.
In practical terms, apart from the opening of the 800 megahertz frequency from 1 January 2013, this first programme will also free up at least 1,200 MHz by 2015 for mobile data traffic.
At 100 megahertz, the Seeker SPR works best for detecting sizable objects, such as bedrock and large pipes, at depths of up to 100 feet.
We were very much aware of an upsurge in what we called "skip interference," particularly for radio communication in the 25 to 50 megahertz band.
Even more worrying is Israel's intention to move Wataniya from its current 900 Megahertz frequency to 1800 megahertz, which is slower and more expensive to use.
Molinar Horcasitas detallo que los grandes competidores que estan en el mercado pagaron 5 mil millones de pesos de enganche por una licitacion de 30 megahertz, mientras que Televisa y Nextel pagaron 180 millones por otros 30 megahertz, en una licitacion para nuevos entrantes con el fin de "favorecer la competencia".