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kilohertz

 (kHz) [kil´o-hertz]
one thousand (103) hertz.

kHz

kilohertz; 1000 hertz.

kHz

abbreviation for kilohertz.

kHz

Abbreviation for kilohertz.

kHz

kilohertz.
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Figure 6 shows the experimental set-up for through transmission measurements using two transducers (one transmitter, Tx, and one receiver, Rx) with two conical reflectors in the 180[degrees] configuration and the received signal measured using the 250 kHz and the 40 kHz transducers.
Assim, nota-se uma queda mais acentuada entre os intervalos das frequencias de 0,5-2 kHz e 1-3 kHz.
TEOAE test results in the two groups Frequency Behcet patients (kHz) meant SD SNR * at 1 kHz 10.
However, this rule of thumb is based upon a "plain vanilla" Narrowbanding scenario where a 25 kHz analog system converts to a 12.
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An analysis of men exposed to hazardous noise in the International Standards Organization 1999 database by Bovo et al showed that male workers exposed to a noise level of 100 dBA for 30 years exhibited a hearing loss at 4 kHz with a variation of 60 dB.
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Table IV summarizes results collected from measurements of the PMSM motor efficiency for PWM frequencies ranging from 4 kHz to 20 kHz with the increment of 1 kHz, for the speed values of 300 rpm, 500 rpm, 750 rpm, and 1000 rpm for the constant load torque of 6 Nm.
Figure 2a and b show the recorded signals and their FFTs for both the S9208 sensors mounted at a distance of 200 mm from the conical transducer, with driving pulse frequencies of 100 kHz, 500 kHz and 900 kHz.