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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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At 24 hours, a significant SNHL, primarily at 2 and 4 kHz, was found in 12 of the 25 patients in the mastoidectomy group (48%).
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The null hypothesis: there is no significant difference between predeployment and ongoing deployment audiometric threshold levels at the individual frequencies of 500 Hz, 1 kHz, 2 kHz, 4 kHz, and 6 kHz between routine physical exam group and hearing protected acoustic trauma group.
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768 kHz quartz with reduce component count, more mechanical robustness, and better performance over temperature," said John McDonald, Vice President of Marketing and Sales at Silego.
In contrast, birds typically can detect frequencies up to only 30 kHz, he notes.
NIST staff have recently completed a detailed characterization of the transfer of the farad unit from the Calculable Capacitor to Calibration Laboratory reference standards at a frequency of 1 kHz.
This means that it accepts a wide range of popular telecom and networking input frequencies (such as 8 kHz, nx56 kHz, nx64 kHz, nxT1 and nxE1), and can be programmed to generate a range of output frequencies, from 150 Hz to 2.
Specification : 1 Test Frequency Range: Up To 100 Khz Or Higher.
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