Beta waves refer to brain waves with a frequency of greater than 12 cycles per second that are produced when a person is awake and alert.
Other /More definition:
Beta waves refer to small, fast brain waves associated with being awake and alert. Beta waves are characteristically shallow, rapid brain waves associated with alertness. (see Alpha waves.)

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