from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. hertz
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- n. The symbol for hertz, a unit of frequency.
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- n. the unit of frequency; one hertz has a periodic interval of one second
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The experimenters tested a range of frequencies between 5 and 500 Hz and found that ~50 Hz is the ’sweet spot’ for snuffing a flame.
Fakat henz mslman olmam olan Yesribliler'in Hz. Peygamber ile anlamalarna bir trl anlam veremiyorlard.
The device, which looks like a pair of glasses without lenses, has a nose piece that vibrates at a rate of 7,000 Hz, which is claimed to excite local growth of nasal cartilage.
When wandering albatrosses take off from the sea surface, they flap their wings at frequencies of 2. 9-3.4 Hz, which is higher than the flapping frequencies observed during cruising flight (2. 5-2.7 Hz).
• The frequency of the standard pitch A above middle C is usually defined as 440 Hz, that is, 440 cycles per second and known as concert pitch, to which an orchestra tunes.
The default "tick" on FreeBSD is 1000 Hz, which is far greater than what a virtual machine can keep up with accurately, 100Hz is more reasonable value.
Different types of cell phones have different levels of interference, as well: Those that use the GSM standard (AT&T and T-Mobile in the U.S., and pretty much the rest of the world's cell providers except those in Japan and South Korea, I believe) "pulse" at 217 Hz, which is easily picked up as that "dzzt … dzzt … dzzt … dzzzzzzzt" interference on even moderately shielded electronics.
LVDS digital output is just - 147. 3dBm/Hz, which is well below that of the PA.
I panic when people ask me about Hz, which is something to do with frequency.
Most are between 20 Hz and 20,000 Hz which is bad because they don't have good bass (low notes), nor good treble (high notes) for that matter.