Definitions for **"Megahertz"**

One million hertz, or cycles per second. (See Hertz.)

Used to describe the frequency of a crystal or oscillator in terms of millions of Hertz (cycles per second). A frequency specified as "10.0 MHz" would be understood as being a frequency of 10,000,000 Hertz (cycles per second).

A measure of electromagnetic wave frequency equal to one million (1,000,000) hertz, often abbreviated as MHz and used to specify the radio frequency used by wireless devices.

Analog signal with the range of frequency of one million cycles per second.

A 200 MHz processor can (theoretically) execute 200,000 instructions in a millisecond. See Hz

A frequency measurement approximately equal to 1 million Hertz. It is relevant to the speed at which a machine performs computations.

Unit representing1 million beats (cycles) per second.

A unit of analog frequency equal to 1 million Hz.

Millions of cycles per second. Abbreviated Mhz. Typically refers to the radio frequencies of wireless micropone systems.

see MHZ.

A unit of speed when discussing how fast a computer runs.

A million cycles per second, abbreviated MHz. This is often used misleadingly to indicate processor speed, because while one might expect that a higher number would indicate a faster processor, that logic only holds true within a given type of processors as different types of processors are capable of doing different amounts of work within a cycle. For a current example, either a 200 MHz PowerPC or a 270 MHz SPARC will outperform a 300 MHz Pentium.

a measure of clock speed; 1 megahertz equals 1 million cycles per second.

1,000,000 (106) cycles per second.

(MHz): 1) In radio frequency (RF) transmissions, MHz is used to describe 1,000,000 cycles per second, or 1,000,000 Hertz. 2) In computing contexts, MHz describes 1,000,000 oscillations per second of the computer's processor.

The relative speed at which the computer processes information.

A million cycles (occurrences, alterations, pulses) per second. Used to describe the speed at which a computer's processor (or CPU) operates.

A unit of measurement equal to 1 million cycles per second, commonly used to compare the clock speeds of computers.

in analog signals, millions of cycles or alternations per second.

A measure of a computer's processor speed equal to 1 million ticks of the computer's internal clock. As a general rule, the more megahertz per second, the faster the computer.

means the electric current is cycling through a frequency of one million times per second. MHz in computer ads, is referring to clock speed. The faster the clock speed the faster the computer operates.

one million periods per second

One hertz represents a single cycle of current in a circuit. A Megahertz represents 1,000 cycles. PC speed is usually gauged in Megahertz per second, so a 66 Megahertz processor can complete 66,000 cycles in one second.

A unit of measurement equal to 1,000,000 hertz. A hertz is defined as one event or cycle per second and is used to measure the frequency of radio waves and other forms of electromagnetic radiation. The strength of NMR magnets is often reported in megahertz, with most NMR magnets ranging from 500 to 800 megahertz.

Abbreviated Mhz. A term expressing the "clock speed" of a computer. The clock speed is like the pulse rate of a computer. Unlike our own pulse, it is desirable to have a computer with a high clock speed because it will execute a greater number of instructions in a given amount of time. Often part of a computers name like the Apple Power Macintosh 8100/80; which has a 80 Mhz clock speed.

a measurement of the clock speed of your computer processor. ( more details: NetLingo TM)

One millions cycles per second.

(MHz): A measurement of transmission speed, either over the airwaves or through a copper wire; also, a measurement of the clock speed on a computer. One megahertz is one million times a second.

Abbreviated MHz. A measure of frequency equivalent to 1 million cycles per second.

A unit of frequency measurement equal to 1 million Hz or cycles per second. Megahertz is one measurement of bandwidth, or information carrying capacity of a network, cable or connectors. Generally, Hz should not be confused with Bps (bits per second).

One million cycles per second, a measure of frequency.

1,000,000 Hertz; a unit of frequency.

One megahertz equals one million cycles per second and is used to measure ...

(MHz) Unit of measure for the speed of repetitive electronic events. Literally means "millions of cycles per second." The clock chip inside your computer regulates the system's operation by sending synchronizing pulses to each of the various logic board components.

One million cycles per second. Used to measure the CPU's clock rate or speed. Abbreviated MHz.

Megahertz is the term used to indicate the processor speed of your computer such as 500Mhz

This is the clock speed of the microprocessor. The higher the number, the quicker the information is processed. MHz relates to how many millions of instructions can be processed per second.

A measure of frequency in one million cycles per second.

One million cycles per second. See Hertz (Hz).

the speed at which a CPU executes instructions.

1 million cycles per second. The frequency of an electrical signal or event. See also Hertz (Hz) and KiloHertz (KHz).

a frequency of one-million Hertz, or 10 cycles per second.

Abbreviated as MHz. One MHz represents one million cycles per second. The speed of microprocessors, called the clock speed, is measured in megahertz. In addition to microprocessors, the speeds of buses and interfaces are also measured in MHz.

A unit of frequency denoting one million (106) hertz.

a unit, equal to one million cycles per second, used to describe radio frequency.

One million hertz or cycles per second. The unit of frequency used to measure the clock rate of modern digital logic, including microprocessors.

A measure of frequency in millions of cycles per second. Can be used to compare relative speed of CPUs which carry out the same number of operations per cycle but meaningless in comparing different types of CPUs

A measurement of Frequency. 1 MHz = 1,000,000 Hertz (formerly known as cycles per second) All Sea Cadet frequencies are measured in MHz

(MHz) A measurement of frequency in millions of cycles per second.

Unit of frequency equal to one million hertz(one million hertz per second).

A frequency that is equal to 1,000,000 Hertz (cycles per second).

Defines 1 million Hz frequency which is the unit of measuring processor speed. Mirror Set (RAID level 1) A redundancy method used by windows NT/2000 that allows for a duplicate drive to exist of the original drive.

Megahertz (MHz) are used to express the speed of a central processing unit (CPU). The higher the number, the faster your computer will operate. CPU speeds are increasing as technology improves; faster speeds have now reached 1GHz - 1000MHz.

Unit of frequency equal to 1,000,000 Hz.

Also Known As: Mhz Definition: A unit of frequency (one million cycles per second) used to measure the clock rate of modern digital logic, including microprocessors.

The unit of measure that describes the rate at which computers operate. A rough guide to computer performance, but not always accurate for comparing capabilities of dissimilar computers.

One thousand Hertz, or cycles per second.

Measure of the clock speed of a computer in millions of cycles per second. For example, 10 MHz (note space between numeral and abbreviation).

Megahertz is a measure of processor speed. One megahertz equals one million cycles per second. A computer with a 3 megahertz chip, for instance, would be running at 3 million cycles per second. While chips speeds can help you measure the underlying speed of a device, they are a poor measure of performance. Other factors such as the the efficiency of an operating system's code can have an impact.

a measure of the clock speed of a central processing unit expressed in millions of cycles per second.

Megahertz is the unit used to measure the speed of a computer's processor. Source: TechSoup.org

A unit of frequency that is equal to one million hertz.

Standard abbreviation for millions of cycles per second.

Megahertz (MHz) is a unit of frequency equal to one million hertz or cycles per second. Wireless mobile communications within the United States occur in the 800 MHz, 900MHz and 1900MHz bands.

One million hertz, equivalent to one million cycles per second.

One million cycles per second Micro D Coax Connector: Low VSWR of 1:25:1 up to 20 GHz in a low profile design. Featuring multipin assemblies with Micro D- Housing.

( MHz) - a unit of frequency equivalent to one million "cycles-per-second" (cps). One Megahertz (1 MHz) equals 1,000,000 cps. - {no "N" definitions, yet.

One million cycles per second, used especially as a radio frequency unit.

Megahertz (MHz) is the unit of measurement that indicates how fast a chip can work.

Measurement of speed of a device.

A measure of computer processor speed equal to 1 million hertz. Represents 1 million instructions per second performed by the computer.

Refers to a million Hertz. It is one million occillations/cycles per second.

One million Hz or one million cycles per second.

One million hertz. MHZ is acceptable in all references.

Refers to a frequency equal to one million Hertz, or cycles per second.

This describes the speed with which your computer is able to processor information through the clock. Megahertz is equal to 1 million cycles per second. Essentially, a 300MHz processor can act on 300 bits of data per second.

One million cycles per second. A unit of measurement to compare clock speed of computers. The higher the number, the faster the computer. WWWebfx Home Page

Abbreviated MHz, a system's clock speed is measured in Megahertz or millions of cycles per second. The speed of computer devices or chips associated or synchronized with the system clock will be measured in MHz. e.g.: CPUs and system Bus.

One million cycles per second, typically used in reference to a computer's clock rate. Both the clock rate and the processor type (80286, 80386, etc.) determine the power and speed of a computer.

MHz is a unit of frequency equaling 1 million cycles per second.

A measurement of frequency equal to one million cycles per second. One cycle per second is one hertz.

A unit of frequency denoting one million (106) Hz. Modem (Modulator-DEModulator): A device that converts digital data into analog signals and vice-versa for transmission over a telephone line.

A unit of frequency equal to 1,000,000 cycles per second.

Describes the speed at which a computer runs. Abbreviated MHz or Mhz. Do not take the speed at which a processor runs to be absolute. For instance a machine with a PowerPC processor running at 300 MHz may perform some tasks more quickly than an Pentium machine running at 400 MHz.

One million radio waves, or cycles per second. Equal to one thousand Kilohertz.

Unit of frequency equal to 106 hertz.

A unit of frequency equal to one million cycles per second (Hertz). Wireless mobile phone communications in the United States occur in the 800MHz and 1900MHz bands

A measurement of clock cycles in millions of cycles per second.

Unit of frequency measurement. 1Mhz = 1,000,000 cycles per second.

One million Hertz or 1,000,000 cycles per second.

(MHZ) One million hertz (cycles per second).

One million machine cycles per second.

A unit of measurement used to describe microprocessor speed. One Megahertz is equal to one million hertz, or one million cycles per second

Abbreviated MHz. One million cycles per second. A processor's clock speed is often expressed in MHz. The orginal IBM PC operated an 8088 running at 4.77 MHz the more modern Pentium processor runs a ... more

(MHz) a measure of the speed of a computer processor.

A unit of measure of frequency. One megahertz equals 1 000 000 hertz.

see clock speed

A unit the number of instructions per second your computer's processor can carry out. One MHz represents one million cycles or instructions per second.

1 million cycles/sec. -- one space between number and abbreviation (266 MHz) -- hyphenate when used as an adjective

One million ticks of the system clock. 4.8

one million cycles pre second.

One million cycles (HERTZ, see also) per second. Commonly used to measure the FREQUENCY (see also) of TV and radio broadcast transmissions

(Abbreviated MHz; formerly called megacycle.) A unit of frequency equal to one million (106) cycles per second.

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