high-frequency current

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high-fre·quen·cy cur·rent

an alternating electric current having a frequency of 10,000 or more cycles per second; it produces no muscular contractions and does not affect the sensory nerves.

high-fre·quen·cy cur·rent

(hī-frē'kwĕn-sē kŭr'ĕnt)
An alternating electric current having a frequency of 10,000 or more cycles per second; it produces no muscular contractions and does not affect the sensory nerves.

d'Arsonval,

Jacques Arsène, French biophysicist, 1851-1940.
d'Arsonval current - an alternating electric current having a frequency of 10,000 or more per second. Synonym(s): high-frequency current
d'Arsonval galvanometer - a sensitive galvanometer consisting of a moving coil suspended in a permanent magnetic field between delicate metallic wires.

Tesla,

Nikola, Serbian-U.S. electrical engineer, 1856-1943.
tesla - in the SI system, the unit of magnetic flux density.
Tesla current - Synonym(s): high-frequency current
Tesla magnet
Tesla measurement