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One hertz is equal to one cycle per second. The hertz is named after German physicist Heinrich Hertz (1857-1894). In the computer, 10 MHZ is ten million cycles per second. Th…is stream of "pulses" might be used as a clock to orderly conduct a sequence of events (like run a computer program). (MORE)

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Hertz, named after the German Physicist Heinrich Hertz, are the measurement of frequency, current, and electricity, their uses are common in many fields, sound waves, radiatio…n, hertz are even used to represent the speed of your computer. Hertz come in 21 tiers of measurement - listed from smallest to largest: Yoktohertz Zeptahertz Attohertz Femtohertz Picohertz Nanohertz Microhertz Millihertz Centihertz Decihertz Hertz Dekahertz Kilohertz Megahertz Gigahertz Terahertz Petahertz Exahertz Zettahertz Yottohertz 1 hertz = 1 cycle per second (cps) (MORE)

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One would measure hertz by using an analog ammeter. Hertz can be measure in kilohertz. Hertz is the unit used to measure frequency. Any instrument that measures frequency can …be used to measure hertz. 1 hertz is 1 cycle per second. By radio frequency. (MORE)

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Heinrich Hertz (the physicist the unit is named after) lived from 24 February 1857 till 1894. He didn't actually "discover" them, though (just like nobody "discovered" miles)…. (MORE)

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Hertz, (spelled with a capital letter, for it was the name of a person) is the number of times per second that a repetitively varying signal occurs.

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Frecuency... Hertz is the measure of frequency. It's usually desecribed as events per second. a 3ghz processor is able to perform 3 billion calculations per second.

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Hertz is a unit of measurement that literally means "cycles per second" or cycles/seconds and it refers to a process that repeats at regular intervals. For example, a co…mputer's "clock circuit" is a voltage signal that increases and decreases at a regular interval which may be 1 cycle per 1 nanosecond, which is equal to 1gigahertz. (MORE)

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Hertz are used for Units of Measurments for Frequency,caculated in terms of vibrations,or cycles per second. Example for a 16-bit stereo sound a frequency of 44,000 Hz i…s used (MORE)

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"There are 10 raised to the power 6 hertz 1 million hertz are in a mega hertz." When it comes to computer microprocessor clock speeds this upper answer is not quite right, a …computer works in binary meaning that ten for us is two to the computer f. e. 0=0, 1=1, 2=10, 3=11, 4=100, 8=1000, 16=10000, 64=1000000. two in the power of ten is 1024 or 10000000000 in binary, and computers use this number to multiply with to go up from previous grades of hertz. Therefore there are 1024 hertz in a kilohertz and 1024^2 or 1048576 hertz in a megahertz. That is almost a million but not quite. A gigahertz is 1024^3 = 1073741824, and so on. (MORE)

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1 Hertz (Hz) is a cycle per second. If you are referring to speakers, Hertz is used to measure the range which the speakers will reproduce. Speakers are in the range of 30 to… 15,000 Hertz. Sound is measured in decibels. (MORE)