the range of frequencies in the radio spectrum between 3 and 30 megahertz.
a radio-frequency band or radio frequency lying between 3 and 30 megahertz
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The device picks up the high frequency echolocation calls of nearby bats and runs them through a buffer to make them audible.
To produce a high frequency sound, it opens its mouth wide and pulls its head back.
The argument of the book does not depend on a high frequency of transformation.
And cellphone towers are in the high frequency range, but well below microwaves.
These plants have a high frequency of parthenocarpy, however, so they still produce fruit.
The unique protein structure makes the animal sensitive to extremely high frequency sounds.
If so, natural selection might favor retaining the mutation at a fairly high frequency despite its disadvantages.
IT has long been known that bats find their prey by listening for echoes from their high frequency squeaks.
The market now consists primarily of leveraged high frequency trading.
Equity prices are all about the amount of credit metered to financial firms for high frequency trading.
Much of this confiscated purchasing power will be loaned to the financial sector for high frequency trading and such.
The high frequency of alleles which result in cystic fibrosis is something of a mystery.
There are other evolutionary possibilities in terms of what could drive a high frequency of particular alleles.
To put it simply, climate is the low frequency components of that variation, and weather is the high frequency components.
High frequency radio sources in deep space arise for the same reason.