|Northland||95.6FM 106.1FM 96.4FM 96.4FM|
|Greymouth||90.7FM 93.1FM 97.5FM 90.9FM 90.5FM|
|Central Otago||90.4FM 99.9FM 96.2FM|
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... The frequency range of a system is the range over which it is considered to provide a useful level of signal with acceptable distortion characteristics ... A listing of the upper and lower limits of frequency limits for a system is not useful without a criterion for what the range represents ... Allocation of radio frequency ranges to different uses is a major function of radio spectrum allocation ...
... Inverters convert low frequency main AC power to higher frequency for use in induction heating ... The inverter then changes the DC power to high frequency AC power ...
... bit – Freenet – Free-space loss – Freeze frame television – Frequency assignment – Frequency averaging – Frequency counter – Frequency ...
121.5 MHz VHF ± 6 kHz (frequency band protected to ±50 kHz) (Satellite detection ceased on 1 February 2009, but this frequency is still used for short-range location during a search and rescue ...
... A variable-frequency drive controls the operating speed of an AC motor by controlling the frequency and voltage of the power supplied to the motor ... In most cases, the variable-frequency drive includes a rectifier so that DC power for the inverter can be provided from main AC power ... Since an inverter is the key component, variable-frequency drives are sometimes called inverter drives or just inverters ...
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—Rebecca West (18921983)