Frequency (disambiguation)

Frequency (disambiguation)

Frequency refers to how often an event occurs within a period of time.

It may also refer to:


* Audio frequency, a periodic vibration whose frequency is audible to the average human.
* Statistical frequency, the number of times an event occurred in an experiment or the study
* Utility frequency or "mains frequency", the frequency of an alternating current electricity supply
* Frequency spectrum, a continuum of vibrations of varying amplitude such as sound or light
* Frequency range or band, a part of a frequency spectrum dedicated to a particular use

Popular culture

* "Frequency" (film), a 2000 film starring Jim Caviezel and Dennis Quaid
* FM4 Frequency Festival, an Austrian music festival
* "Frequency" (radio station), a student radio station based in Preston, England
* "Frequency" (video game), a music video game
* "Frequencies" (album), a 1991 album by electronic band LFO
* "Frequency", a song by Fear Factory.
* "Frequency", a song by Super Furry Animals from their album "Love Kraft"


* Urinary frequency, a medical term used to describe the frequent passing of small amounts of urine, usually associated with urinary tract infections. It is often, but not always, accompanied by dysuria.

ee also

* Periodicity

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