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megahertz

 (MHz) [meg´ah-hertz]
one million (106) hertz.

meg·a·hertz (MHz),

(meg'ă-hertz),
One million hertz.

megahertz (MHz)

[meg′əhurts]
Etymology: Gk, megas, large, hertz, a number of cycles per second
a unit of frequency equal to a million cycles per second. Also called megacycle. See also hertz.

megahertz

A unit of frequency equal to 106 Hz/second.

meg·a·hertz

(MHz) (meg'ă-hĕrts)
One million hertz (Hz).

megahertz

one million (106) hertz; abbreviated MHz.
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