Frequency
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Frequency is the number of occurrences of a repeating event per unit of time.
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See also
- Frequency list
- Absolute threshold of hearing
- Audible range
- Bandwidth (signal processing)
- Bandwidth extension
- Bass (sound)
- Coherence bandwidth
- Critical band
- Cumulative frequency analysis
- Cutoff frequency
- Downsampling
- Electronic filter
- Falsetto
- Flashes Per Minute
- Frequency converter
- Frequency domain
- Frequency distribution
- Frequency extender
- Frequency grid
- Free spectral range
- Frequency deviation
- Frequency spectrum
- Hearing range
- High frequency limit
- Hyperacusis
- Interaction frequency
- Musical acoustics
- MVDDS dispute
- Natural frequency
- Negative frequency
- Normalized frequency
- Passband
- Periodicity (disambiguation)
- Piano key frequencies
- Pink noise
- Pitch (music)
- Preselector
- Power bandwidth
- Range (music)
- Radar signal characteristics
- Radio window
- Rate (mathematics)
- Resonant frequency
- Scientific pitch notation
- Signaling (telecommunications)
- Spectral width
- Spread spectrum
- Spectral component
- Spectrum allocation
- Symbol rate
- Transition band
- Transverter
- Ultrasound
- Upsampling
- Wavelength
- Whistle register
- Wideband audio
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