Sorry, no definitions found.
“CRIRES works in the infrared band of the spectrum, but other spectrometers read radiation sources ranging from low-frequency radio and microwaves to visible “white” light and to higher-frequency ultraviolet and X-ray.”
“One wonders what might be discovered if we used state-of-the-art digital camera systems that detect higher frequencies of light and searched for the potential existence of higher-frequency beings.”
“It seems prudent that we keep an open mind to the possibility that for the same reason we cannot see higher-frequency cosmic rays with our unaided eyes, we cannot see higher-frequency angels/beings of Light, at least under normal circumstances.”
“Our near-term focus with wire is in higher-frequency applications where we significantly outperform copper.”
“The new antennas also can receive higher-frequency, wider-bandwidth signals known as the “Ka band.””
“The isolation barks tended to be higher-frequency and more variable: some ranged from loud to soft and back again, some went from high to low.”
“With age, the higher-frequency sounds, above 11–14 kilohertz, go undetected by the human ear.”
“So because our geophones were placed apart at 50-yard distances rather than at a distance of 3 or up to 10 yards, we were sampling at too low a resolution to distinguish the low-frequency surface waves in our data from the other higher-frequency waves.”
“The plots have been double-smoothed, for the purpose of removing higher-frequency variation, like ENSO, and for visual presentation.”
“Therefore, with a mean (sites equally weighted) sample length of 260 years (Table 1), such individual series detrending will result in chronologies that can only represent variability at centennial or higher-frequency time scales.”
‘higher-frequency’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for higher-frequency.