Definitions

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  • noun one thousand periods per second

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Examples

  • The ground squirrels mentioned converse at 50 khz, which is only just barely outside the measured audible range of domestic dogs, for instance – so perhaps some predators in the wild can actually hear the squirrrels, as evolutionary natural selection would probably favor this ability.

    Tuning in to squirrels

  • The ground squirrels mentioned converse at 50 khz, which is only just barely outside the measured audible range of domestic dogs, for instance – so perhaps some predators in the wild can actually hear the squirrrels, as evolutionary natural selection would probably favor this ability.

    Tuning in to squirrels

  • A grid called a khz, range, of a dual beam made in its initial state of an oscillating.

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  • On the other hand, a few folks can in fact hear above 21 khz.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Pondering Images

  • We saved our video at 44 khz but it was initially kicked back to us by Smugmug.

    Posting high-definition videos online

  • Teen Buzz foi desenvolvido usando a mesma tecnologia, mas como um toque de telemóveis constante de frequência alta de 14.4 khz.

    Mosquitotone

  • Teen Buzz foi desenvolvido usando a mesma tecnologia, mas como um toque de telemóveis constante de frequência alta de 14.4 khz.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • Sampling rate in hi-fi mode is 31 khz, but nonetheless the sound is good.

    Fostex MR8: Ugly portable recording bargain?

  • I hate that the mac startup sound on my new ibook sounds like its recorded at 8bit 11 khz.

    TINY MUSIC MAKERS: Pt 4: The Mac Startup Sound

  • Mark, you seem to conflate large computers with intelligent computers … while computers in my own lifetime have gone from the first computer I programmed in 1963, with 4k of the radically new magnetic ring memory and a speed of 2 khz, to my current macintosh running at half a gigahertz with a half a gig of memory.

    Major British Review on Economics of Climate Change « Climate Audit

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