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  • n. See megahertz.

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  • n. megahertz

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  • n. one million periods per second


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  • MHz Megahertz -- international unit for megacycle.

    The Dawn of Amateur Radio in the U.K. and Greece: a personal view

  • How many processor cores and what is their megacycle capability are you planning to deploy in each server?

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  • Beyond the free right now, it'll supposedly be priced by the CPU megacycle as opposed to "instance" that's running, so it can be much more fine-grained than Amazon.

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  • The FAQ says it’s a megacycle, but that doesn’t really answer the question.

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  • Guerrera’s armored force is hot on Ace’s tail as he roars across the open desert on his megacycle.

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  • For Ogg’s statement, “The best of my memory is that this was in the 4 megacycle range” i.e., the 4,000-kilocycle band see his oral history interview of May 4–6, 1983, pp. 35, 39, 42, conducted by Commander Irwin G.



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