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DEVICE, EVENT, PHENOMENA, PROCESS
f (MHz) Ultrasonic f (kHz) 1 20 25 80 1622 180 40 50 32.77 18 20 f (kHz) 4 5 2 5 300 300 0 2048 440 435 426.67 Acoustic f (Hz) 261.63 258.65 256 128 64 90 60 50 8 20 medical ultrasound bat sonar clicks dog whistle alosinae subfamily of fish ultrasonic cleaning quartz timing crystal upper limit of human hearing field cricket (Teleogryllus oceanicus) maximum sensitivity of the human hear voice frequency (VF), important for understanding speech C7 scientific scale, highest note of a soprano singer (approximate) A4 american standard pitch, tv test pattern tone A4 international pitch A4 scientific scale C4 american standard pitch C4 international pitch C4 scientific scale, typical fundamental frequency for female vocal cords C3 scientific scale, typical fundamental frequency for male vocal cords C2 scientific scale, lowest note of a bass singer (approximate) rubythroated hummingbird in flight alternating current hum (US and Japan)
alternating current hum (Europe) lower limit of human hearing blue and fin wales are the loudest marine sound 17 30 in this range 1040 volcanic eruptions
530 20 1 5
seismic earthquakes whales, elephants, hippos, rhinos, giraffes and alligators in communicating tornadoes