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frequency

noun common occurrence, commonness, continuity, crebritas, cycle, frequence, frequentia, periodicity, prevalence, rate, recurrence, regularity, regularity of recurrence, repetition, repetitiveness, succession, usualness
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A recent report specifically warned against the use of modulation (pulsing) around 16 cycles per second.
The TurboXim simulator delivers a peak performance of over 180 million cycles per second on highly iterative code (such as a matrix multiplication DSP kernel), a sustained 50 million simulation cycles per second on complex code running on a typical Xtensa or Diamond Standard processor, and even delivers a sustained 25 million cycles per second on more complex simulations, such as simulating an AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) audio decoder on a VLIW (Very Large Instruction Word) audio DSP processor configuration.
The ten-stage common-source amplifier operates at a speed of one terahertz (1012 GHz), or one trillion cycles per second 150 billion cycles faster than the existing world record of 850 gigahertz set in 2012.
Among people, most young adults can detect sounds with frequencies between 20 hertz, or cycles per second, and 20 kilohertz (kHz).
8 billion cycles per second, and said that the company would offer a 2 gigahertz chip later this quarter.
With modern computer chips having speeds measured in billions of cycles per second (gigahertz), it is possible to put many hundreds of millions of pulses onto networks every second.
The technological payoffs of future transistors that operate at a trillion cycles per second, or terahertz (THz), could include improved surveillance systems for detecting concealed weapons, more jam-resistant battlefield communications, and medical-scanning devices that provide more information valuable for diagnoses.
8 billion cycles per second which will significantly boost the development of computer-based video technology.
One such hard-to-reach frequency range is terahertz radiation, which oscillates at trillions of cycles per second.
Until the availability of 'evolution' no company could meet customers' demand for low cycle dynamic testing -- up to 15 cycles per second -- using traditional electromechanical methods.
HSS allows for ultrasonic waves to be created at more than 50,000 cycles per second, which keeps them in a focused beam and above the range of human hearing.
They use the optical frequency of the light, with some 195 A[cedilla] 1012 cycles per second, as the information.