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Switching frequency, measured in Hertz, is the maximum frequency at which a reed contact can operate.
Switching at speeds beyond this will lead to intermittent operation.
In electronics, switching frequency refers to the rate at which an electronic switch performs its function. Switching frequency is an important design and operating parameter in systems such as:
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This frequency is also used in different types of DC-DC converters like Battery Discharge Regulator, Universal Bus Regulator, Auxiliary Bus Regulator etc., switching frequency refers the switch on or off the circuit in the particular frequency