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3 to 30 megahertz

a pitch that is perceived as above other pitches


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According to Liu Yongtan, a member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the new radar system comes equipped with "high-frequency electromagnetic waves that have long wavelengths and wide beams".
Jain, "An improved layout strategy for common-mode emi suppression applicable to high-frequency planar transformers in high-power DC/DC converters used for electric vehicles", in IEEE Trans.
This topic arouses interest primarily due to the increased role of high-frequency trading (HFT) in on-exchange trading in general.
When diagnosing ferromagnetic materials, it is very difficult to generate an induction value of the magnetic field in the excitation zone of high-frequency mechanical oscillations of more than 1 T.
In particular, in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy, which is the most common type of drug-resistant epilepsy, the removal of brain tissue exposing the highest rates of high-frequency oscillations (HFOs) led to improved surgical outcomes [7], suggesting that HFOs may be a reliable and accurate (spatial) marker that should be taken into account in presurgical evaluation of patients [8].
IEX's competitors such as the NYSE, Nasdaq and BATS "cater to the interests of high-frequency traders, " write Swensen and Macey, noting that those traders typically account for more than 50% of all trading volume.
Epileptic high-frequency activity includes pathological activities with frequency above 80 Hz recorded in epileptic brains in vitro , in animal models and in patients.
In addition to HFDR, the new high-frequency virtual channel exploitation software expands the DMR's communications capacity to 16 virtual channels when operating in the high frequency (HF) line-of-sight and ultra-high frequency (UHF) satellite communications frequencies.
Securities class actions as a whole may be down in the first half of 2014, but one particular area of securities class actions may be an indication of a new trend -- suits over high-frequency trading.
We've found thin film liquid either flows towards or away from high-frequency sound waves, depending on its thickness."
High-frequency trading could be as perplexing to the average reader as quantum physics is to a five-year-old, but Michael Lewis does an excellent job of explaining this phenomena through the story of one young professional trader, Brad Katsuyama.
He's talking about "HFT" or high-frequency trading.
KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens introduced a new high-frequency screen designed for the industrial sands market.
Its operating principle is based on the detection of high-frequency inductivity which generates eddy current in an electrically conducting target.
We wish to report a case in which high-frequency oscillatory ventilation was useful for anaesthetic management.