megacycle


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meg·a·cy·cle

(meg'ă-sī'kĕl),
One million cycles per second.

megacycle

Megacycle per second.

meg·a·cy·cle

(meg'ă-sī-kĕl)
One million cycles per second.
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* Megacycles 2, 4, 5, 6, 10, 12, and 16 have well exposed fine-grained floodplain intervals that lack open-water intervals and are composed only of poorly drained and well-drained deposits.
The Latest Jurassic-Early Cretaceous Megacycle 3 can be subdivided into eight depositional sequences bounded by unconformities (Mas et al., 1993; Mas et al., 1997; Martin-Closas and Alonso Millan, 1998; Arribas et al., 2003) (Fig.
kilocycles and 100,000 megacycles, which is suitable for use
The supercapacitors can generate megabursts of power over megacycles of use and not deteriorate significantly.
The intercepted signals from the night fighter told him it was transmitting on 492 megacycles, information the wireless operator then sent off to base.
Transmitter and receiver frequencies of both models (including their Rebecca counterparts) began at 214 megacycles per second (Mc/sec), and increased at five Mc/sec increments to 234 Mc/sec.
"The Character of the Megacycles of Earth, Mars and Moon." Doklady Earth Science, 280, N5, 1204-1209.