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 Translation for 'Hz' from English to Icelandic
SYNO cps | cycle | cycle per second | ...
herts {hv} <Hz>
hertz <Hz> [cycles per second]
rið {hv} [bylgja t.d. í hljóði]
hertz <Hz> [cycles per second]
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Translation for 'Hz' from English to Icelandic

hertz <Hz> [cycles per second]
herts {hv} <Hz>ein.

rið {hv} [bylgja t.d. í hljóði]ein.
  • herts {hv} <Hz> = hertz <Hz> [cycles per second]
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Usage Examples English
  • Schumann resonances are the principal background in the part of the electromagnetic spectrum from 3 Hz through 60 Hz, and appear as distinct peaks at extremely low frequencies (ELF) around 7.83 Hz (fundamental), 14.3, 20.8, 27.3, and 33.8 Hz.
  • A compressor can be used to reduce sibilance ('ess' sounds) in vocals (de-essing) by feeding the compressor's side-chain an equalized version of the input signal, so that specific, sibilance-related frequencies (typically 4000 to 8000 hz) activate the compressor more.
  • The title refers to one-thousand hertz (rendered 1000 hz), a measure used in audio recording describing a sine wave cycling 1,000 times per second.
  • G-weighting is used for measurements in the infrasound range from 8 Hz to about 40 Hz.
  • Electromyography signals are typically bandpass filtered from 10 Hz to 500 Hz, by comparison. PMG signals are limited to 5 Hz to 100 Hz in some experiments.

  • Fylkingen’s online journal Hz-journal can be found at
  • The monitor is a 15" shadow mask CRT with a 12.8" viewable size. Supported resolutions are 640x480 @ 60 Hz, 640x480 @ 66.7 Hz, 800x600 @ 60 Hz, 800x600 @ 72 Hz, and 832x624 @ 75 Hz.
  • 25 or 50 Hz material, imported from 50 Hz systems, can be adapted to 60 Hz similarly, by dropping or adding frames and intermixing consecutive frames.
  • Most mel-scale formulas give exactly 1000 mels at 1000 Hz.
  • An audio demonstration of a sawtooth played at 440 Hz (A4) and 880 Hz (A5) and 1,760 Hz (A6) is available below. Both bandlimited (non-aliased) and aliased tones are presented.

  • For the example above, |200 Hz - 300 Hz| = 100 Hz.
  • Consider a signal with a bandwidth or highest frequency of "B" = 100 Hz.
  • The level specification is meant at 1000 Hz. The reading should not depart from the reading at 1000 Hz by more than 0.2 dB from 35 Hz to 10 kHz or more than 0.5 dB between 25 Hz and 16 kHz.
  • Frequencies between 500 Hz and 1000 Hz will be strengthened in general, but not evenly. Some frequencies will stand out more than others, over 1000 Hz everything will be rather subdued.
  • Corticomuscular coherence has been of special interest in alpha band (about 10 Hz), in Beta band (15–30 Hz), and in Gamma band (35–60 Hz).

  • Note that, given the logarithmic characteristics of Hz, for both music and speech perception results should not be reported in Hz but either as percentages or in STs (5 Hz between 20 and 25 Hz is very different from 5 Hz between 2000 and 2005 Hz, but the same when reported as a percentage or in STs).
  • The same VGA cable can be used with a variety of supported VGA resolutions, ranging from 320×400px @70 Hz, or 320×480px @60 Hz (12.6 MHz of signal bandwidth) to 1280×1024px (SXGA) @85 Hz (160 MHz) and up to 2048×1536px (QXGA) @85 Hz (388 MHz).
  • An electromechanical device runs at the same rate regardless of changes in its drive force, so it maintains a constant frequency (hz).
  • Sea lions can hear frequencies as low as 100 Hz and as high as 40,000 Hz and vocalize between the ranges of 100 to 10,000 Hz.
  • Frequency (Rf) is the number of breaths in one second, expressed in hertz (hz). One hertz is equal to 60 breaths per minute (Rf) .

  • Trackside part of the LS-system is based on coded track circuits using carrier frequency 75 Hz with 100% amplitude modulation (on-off keying).
  • Frequency is measured in hertz (hz); (Hz cycles per second) and is perceived as pitch.
  • A study into the Taos Hum in the early 1990s indicated that at least two percent could hear it; each hearer at a different frequency between 32 Hz and 80 Hz, modulated from 0.5 to 2 Hz.
  • WWVH transmits similar 5 ms ticks, but they are sent as 6 cycles of [...] Hz. The minute beep is also [...] Hz, except on the hour, when it is [...] Hz.
  • At f1 = 40 Hz, A1 = 0.536 neper; at f2 = 200 Hz, A2 = 0.291 neper; at f3 = 800 Hz, A3 = 0.176 neper; at f4 = 2000 Hz, A4 = 0.100 neper.

  • "Hazārbed" (Middle Persian: ḥčʾlpt, or "hazarbadh", literally "the commander of thousand"), also known as "hazaruft"/"hazaraft" (Middle Persian: hz’lwpt; possibly the older/original form), [...] was a Sasanian office which initially functioned as the commander of the royal guard, but later became increasingly equal to that of the "wuzurg framadar" (minister).
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