An IF, or intermediate frequency, is a transitional radio frequency situated between two other frequencies. It is often created by mixing two frequencies together via a signal enhancement process called heterodyning. An ... More »

The term "hertz," in physics, defines a standard unit of frequency measurement and is equal to one cycle per second; it is abbreviated as "Hz." It was named after Heinrich Hertz (1857-1894), a German physicist who was th... More »

A power transformer is a device that consists of a coil wrapped around an electromagnet that transfers electricity from one circuit to another without changing the frequency of the electric energy. Although the frequency... More »

A Direct Current to Alternating Current inverter circuit generates a sinusoidal flow of charged electronics at a designated frequency to power electronics. This type of circuit is often use to convert power transmission ... More »

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In the early 20th century, Tesla coils provided high frequency and high voltage electricity for radio transmission, X-ray machines, electro-therapy and early particle accelerators. Other electrical generation methods hav... More »

Three-phase power is an electrical system that combines three separate currents that alternate but have the same frequency of 120 degrees, delivering power that works more efficiently in industrial power systems than sin... More »

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The Turksat 1c frequency is one of the satellites of the Turkish communication company Turksat A.S. and the French Aerospatiale. The Turksat 1c was primarily used to provide a direct link between Turkey, Europe and Centr... More »

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