|Helmholtz coils (HC) are used in order to generate and control uniform magnetic fields for a variety of re-search applications. They can be easily constructed and their fields can be easily calculated. This makes them espe-cially useful in calibrating magnetic field sensors. Such a calibration system with large Helmholtz coils (1x1m) can be found in ICMET Institute, designed to operate only at a frequency of 50 Hz. There has recently been a request for the calibration of several measuring sensors operating at frequencies up to 10 kHz used in industrial applications such as induction hardening of metal parts. The paper aims to determine the conditions under which this low frequency HC system can be used at frequencies at least 100 times higher. The first part of the paper describes a theoretical analysis on the volume confining the space where the mag-netic field components have a predetermined deviation (a 2% threshold) from the center of the HC system followed by a comparison with a 3D FEM simulation and measurement of HC field. The second part describes the identification of the HC parameters at higher frequencies and the resonant methods used to achieve the excitation power required at these frequencies.