Hertz - in time


…To commemorate the German pioneer Heinrich Hertz , who carried out some of the early radio experiments, the cycle per second is now called a hertz so that a frequency of one cycle per second is written as one hertz (abbreviated Hz). Higher frequencies are abbreviated as shown in Table 3.

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The period is not the same dimension than the frequency. The frequency (f) is the reciprocal of the period (T) : f = 1/T
We have merged period and frequency here to allow easy conversions between both dimensions.


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