# Results for: frequency

### What is the ratio of a frequency to its total frequency?

The ration of a frequency to its total frequency is called relative frequency. Full Answer

### What is the Difference in relative frequency and percentage frequency?

Relative frequency is a method of calculating the frequency of an event. Percentage frequency is a way of presenting the frequency of an event. Full Answer

### What is frequency meter?

frequency meter is used to measure the frequency of unknown frequency signal. Full Answer

### What is the relationship between natural frequencies of the spring and its fundamental frequency?

The natural frequency of the spring refers to its frequency when hit or struck. Its lowest frequency is called fundamental frequency. For a spring, the 1st mode of natural frequency is fundamental frequency. Full Answer

### What causes sideband frequency?

If you subtract from the carrier frequency the frequency of the tone that modulates it, then filter out the carrier frequency, then you have a lower sideband frequency. If you add to the carrier frequency, filter out the carrier, then… Full Answer

### Does a dog whistle have a high frequency or low-frequency?

Uplink frequency is a frequency that goes from the ground to the satellite. Downlink frequency goes from the satellite to the ground. Full Answer

### What is the Frequency of a free falling object?

The frequency is unrelated to the fall, so it may have any frequency. Or no frequency at all. Full Answer

### Suppose that a frequency histogram and a cumulative frequency histogram are constructed from the same set of data using the same classes is the frequency for each class is the frequency equal to the?

the frequency is less than OR EQUAL TO the cumulative frequency Full Answer

### What is the equation for frequency density?

frequency density = frequency/group width Full Answer

### How does frequency modulation carry information?

in frequency modulation, frequency of carrier signal changes. so frequency variations of carrier convey all the information in frequency modulation. Full Answer

### Types of frequency hopping?

slow frequency hopping (SFH) technology. The difference between slow frequency hopping and fast frequency hopping is that the frequency of latter changes faster than frequency modulation Full Answer

### How does the frequency of a radio wave compare with the frequency of the vibrating electrons that produces it?

The frequency of a radio wave compares to the frequency of the vibrating electrons that make it because the frequency of a radio wave is proportional to the frequency of the vibrating electrons that make it. Full Answer

### How do you convert cellphone gsm frequency to another gsm frequency?

How do you convert cellphone gsm frequency to another gsm frequency?" Full Answer

### What has a higher frequency than the fundamental frequency?

Such frequencies are called harmonics, and - for example on a string - they will have a frequency that is a multiple of the fundamental frequency. Full Answer

### In FM what determins thecarrier frequency deviation?

FM or frequency modulation is a means to vary the frequency withing a set basic frequency and transmit it. FM radio demodulate the frequency extracting the signal that made the frequency shift at the source. Full Answer

### What is the frequency range radio frequency?

freq range of rf is 3hz (extremely low frequency) to 300Ghz (extremely high frequency) Full Answer

### What is the definition of the term fundamental frequency?

The definition of fundamental frequency is the lowest frequency of a periodic waveform. Sometimes fundamental frequency is abbreviated by FF, containing the lowest frequency starting from 0. Full Answer

### What is frequency sensitivity?

the amount of frequency change in the carrier frequency per unit amplitude change in the message signal is the frequency sensitivity this term comes in the frequency moulation Full Answer

### What is the cumulative column frequency distribution table?

Cumulative Frequency is The total of a frequency and all frequencies so far in a frequency distribution. It is the 'running total' of frequencies in the frequency distribution table. Full Answer

### Frequency of a ave traveling 340ms and has a wave length of o15 m?

Velocity = Frequency * Wavelength Frequency = Velocity / Wavelength Frequency = 340 m/s / 15 m Frequency ~ 22.67 1/s Frequency = 22.67 Hz Full Answer

### How are wavelength and frequency related?

Wavelength = constant/frequency, frequency = constant/wavelength. If constant = 1 and wavelength is 10, then frequency = 0.1 Wavelength and frequency are inversely related--the shorter the wavelength, the higher the frequency. Blue light, for example, has a higher frequency than… Full Answer

### How do you convert low frequency to high frequency with a circuit?

You typically create a DC power supply from the low frequency, and use that to run a high frequency oscillator and amplifier. If there needs to be a relationship between frequency in and frequency out, often there is a divider… Full Answer

### What are the parts of a frequency distribution table?

In a frequency distribution table, there are usually five parts/columns (12th grade statistics):class, frequency, mid-point, relative frequency, and cumulative frequency. Full Answer

### What is the frequency in a frequency table?

The frequency in a frequency table is the number of occurrences within each class width. The total frequency is the sum of all frequency's within all the classes. Full Answer

### What factors frequency depends on?

The frequency depends on what the frequency is of. A pendulum or other simple harmonic motion has a constant frequency, a Poisson event has a variable frequency, although the long term average is a constant. Full Answer

### How is frequency related to a period?

Time period = 1 / frequency. Frequency = 1 / time period. Frequency and period are mutual reciprocals. Full Answer

### What is frequency response?

Frequency response is the measure of the frequency of the output a device gives in response to a stimulus that it receives. The frequency response is a characteristic of the device. Full Answer

### What is the meaning of the term frequency swing in reference to a FM broadcast station?

Frequency swing is nothing but the deviation or the frequency change from the reference frequency Full Answer

### Why carrier signal has a high frequency?

to shift the frequency of information signal ,at the frequency domain to a higher frequency ...so the information can be transmitted to the receiver . Full Answer

### What is an example of frequency?

Frequency can be found in sound, light, and line current. An example of frequency is, the frequency wave of light will determine what color the light is. Full Answer

### How do you find the relative frequency from a frequency distribution table?

show the relative frequency distribution Full Answer

### What is an audio frequency?

An audio frequency is a frequency, or range of frequencies, of audible sound waves. Full Answer

### What is it called when the frequency of sound source matches the natural frequency of a receiver?

That is the resonant frequency. Full Answer

### Why AM is high frequency in communication why not low frequency?

A.m. can be applied to a carrier of any frequency. Full Answer

### What do you call the sound frequency above hertz?

There is no such thing as a "frequency above hertz". Whatever the frequency, it will always be measured in Hertz. There is no such thing as a "frequency above hertz". Whatever the frequency, it will always be measured in Hertz… Full Answer

### What is a sentence for frequency?

the frequency for the jobs. Full Answer

### What does frequency mean in maths terms?

frequency is how often a number or other piece of data occurs. if the data was 1,1,1,3,4,4,5. then the frequency for one would be three. the frequency for three would be one the frequency for four would be two and… Full Answer

### What is the Differences between absolute frequency and relatative frequency?

The absolute frequency is the total amount of occurances of one variable. The relative frequency is the absolute frequency divided by the total amount of occurances of ALL variables. Full Answer