a frequency curve consisting of connected line segments formed by joining the midpoints of the upper edges of the rectangles in a histogram whose class intervals are of uniform length.
noun, Electronics. 1. the effectiveness with which a circuit, device, or system processes and transmits signals fed into it, as a function of the signal frequency. 2. Also called frequency-response curve. a graph of frequency response, with signal amplitude or gain plotted against frequency.
- Frequency shift keying
communications (FSK) The use of frequency modulation to transmit digital data, i.e. two different carrier frequencies are used to represent zero and one. FSK was originally used to transmit teleprinter messages by radio (RTTY) but can be used for most other types of radio and land-line digital telegraphy. More than two frequencies can be used […]
- Frequency table
noun a statistical record of how often each value in a set of data occurs Examples A frequency table is used to summarize categorical, nominal, and ordinal data.
[adjective free-kwuh nt; verb fri-kwent, free-kwuh nt] /adjective ˈfri kwənt; verb frɪˈkwɛnt, ˈfri kwənt/ adjective 1. happening or occurring at short intervals: to make frequent trips to Tokyo. 2. constant, habitual, or regular: a frequent guest. 3. located at short distances apart: frequent towns along the shore. verb (used with object) 4. to visit often; […]