infrasonic

Infrasonic - What does it mean?

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Taxonomy vs Infrasonic - What's the difference?

taxonomy | infrasonic |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective infrasonic is

(of sound waves|acoustics) having frequencies below the human audible range.

Infrasonic vs Sonic - What's the difference?

infrasonic | sonic |


As adjectives the difference between infrasonic and sonic

is that infrasonic is (of sound waves|acoustics) having frequencies below the human audible range while sonic is of or relating to sound.

Infrasonic vs Mobile - What's the difference?

infrasonic | mobile |


As adjectives the difference between infrasonic and mobile

is that infrasonic is (of sound waves|acoustics) having frequencies below the human audible range while mobile is capable of being moved.

As a noun mobile is

a sculpture or decorative arrangement made of items hanging so that they can move independently from each other ().

Subsonic vs Infrasonic - What's the difference?

subsonic | infrasonic |


As adjectives the difference between subsonic and infrasonic

is that subsonic is (of a sound) having a frequency too low to be audible while infrasonic is (of sound waves|acoustics) having frequencies below the human audible range.

Infrasonics vs Infrasonic - What's the difference?

infrasonics | infrasonic | Related terms |

Infrasonic is a related term of infrasonics.

Infrasonics is a related term of infrasonic.


As a noun infrasonics

is the study, and the application of infrasound.

As an adjective infrasonic is

(of sound waves|acoustics) having frequencies below the human audible range.

Range vs Infrasonic - What's the difference?

range | infrasonic |


As a noun range

is a line or series of mountains, buildings, etc.

As a verb range

is to travel (over) (an area, etc); to roam, wander.

As an adjective infrasonic is

(of sound waves|acoustics) having frequencies below the human audible range.

Audible vs Infrasonic - What's the difference?

audible | infrasonic |


As adjectives the difference between audible and infrasonic

is that audible is able to be heard while infrasonic is (of sound waves|acoustics) having frequencies below the human audible range.

As a verb audible

is (american football) to change the play at the line of scrimmage by yelling out a new one.

As a noun audible

is (american football) the act of or an instance of changing the play at the line of scrimmage by yelling out a new one.

Frequencies vs Infrasonic - What's the difference?

frequencies | infrasonic |


As a noun frequencies

is .

As an adjective infrasonic is

(of sound waves|acoustics) having frequencies below the human audible range.

Infrasonic vs Infrasound - What's the difference?

infrasonic | infrasound | Related terms |

Infrasound is a related term of infrasonic.

Infrasonic is a related term of infrasound.


As an adjective infrasonic

is (of sound waves|acoustics) having frequencies below the human audible range.

As a noun infrasound is

(physics) sound waves having frequency below the human audible range (below about 20 hz).

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