Entry from British & World English dictionary
A frequency in the range used for video signals in television.
- Because the frequencies of the vibration are higher than the video frequency, strobed illumination of the hemicochlea preparation was used to acquire the images.
- This was broadcast over all video frequencies not long ago.
- The video signal forms a square wave with a video frequency of approximately 19 kHz.
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