Definition of Megacycle

1. Noun. One million periods per second.

Exact synonyms: Mc, Megacycle Per Second, Megahertz, Mhz
Terms within: Kc, Khz, Kilocycle, Kilocycle Per Second, Kilohertz
Generic synonyms: Rate



Definition of Megacycle

1. Noun. megahertz ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Megacycle

1. [n -S]

Medical Definition of Megacycle

1. One million cycles per second. (05 Mar 2000)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Megacycle

megacool
megacorp
megacorporation
megacorporations
megacorps
megacosm
megacosms
megacoulomb
megacoulombs
megacryometeor
megacryometeors
megacryst
megacrysts
megacurie
megacuries
megacycle (current term)
megacycle per second
megacycles
megacyclite
megacystic syndrome
megacystis
megacystitis-megaureter syndrome
megacystitis-microcolon-intestinal hypoperistalsis syndrome
megadactyly
megadairies
megadairy
megadalton
megadaltons
megadeal
megadealer

Literary usage of Megacycle

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. From Behemoth to Microship by Steven K. Roberts (2000)
"NRL-4D1 BEHEMOTH THE megacycle is BORN FROM BEHEMOTH TO MICROSHIP cay. Given all those motives, a general set of objectives became obvious for the bicycle ..."

2. The Roswell Report: Fact Vs. Fiction in the New Mexico Desert by Richard L. Weaver (1997)
"In previous tests, this has provided clearer reception and a longer range for comparable weight than either the 72 megacycle or 397 megacycle units ..."

3. Flight Check!: The Story Of Faa Flight Inspection by Scott A. Thompson (1990)
"... enroule range marker, while the Z markers operated on the 75 megacycle range and were used to mark the location of the radio ranges. ..."

4. Statistical Abstract of the United States by United States. Bureau of the Census, United States Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, United States Dept. of the Treasury. Bureau of Statistics (1879)
"VHF—Very High Frequency; radio navigational aids operating on 108 through 118 megacycle«. ' Includes gliders. ..."

5. 50 Years of Army Computing, from ENIAC to MSRC: A Record of a Symposium and by Thomas J. Bergin, U.S. Army Research Laboratory, US Army Ordnance Center and School (2000)
"They were supposed to run at a megacycle [1 MHz], a million pulses per second, and Wilkes settled for 500000, which makes it a lot easier. ..."

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