Fundamental frequency refers to the lowest, and usually most intense, frequency of a complex sound; most often perceived as the soundâ€™s basic pitch.
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Fundamental frequency refers to the first harmonic of a complex tone; often the lowest frequency in the frequency spectrum of a complex tone. The tone’s other components, called Higher harmonics,have frequencies that are multiples of the fundamental frequency.
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