[Value of µHz] = [Value of kHz] * 1000000000
[Value of kHz] = [Value of µHz] / 1000000000
In the field of frequency, kHz (kilohertz) is a unit used to measure frequency, specifically to quantify the number of cycles that occur per second. One kilohertz is equivalent to 1,000 cycles per second, or 1,000 Hertz (Hz).
Frequency is an important aspect of many fields, particularly in physics, engineering, and electronics. It describes how often a periodic event, such as a wave or an oscillation, occurs within a specific time frame. In the context of audio signals, for example, frequency represents the pitch of a sound. As the frequency increases in kHz, the sound becomes higher in pitch.
In the field of frequency, µHz (microhertz) is a unit of measurement that represents a frequency of one millionth (1/1,000,000) of a hertz. Frequency is the number of occurrences of a repeating event per unit of time, typically represented using the unit "hertz" (Hz). One hertz is equal to one cycle or oscillation per second. A microhertz (µHz), therefore, represents an extremely low frequency where there is one cycle or oscillation per million seconds (1,000,000 seconds or roughly 11.6 days). This unit is used to describe extremely low-frequency signals or processes, such as certain astronomical or geophysical phenomena.
kHz and µHz Conversion Mapping Table