## MHz to µHz converter

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##### Free Converter

MHz
µHz

Formular
[Value of µHz] = [Value of MHz] * 1000000000000
[Value of MHz] = [Value of µHz] / 1000000000000

##### MHz(megahertz)

In the field of frequency, a megahertz (MHz) is a unit of measurement that represents one million hertz. It is used to describe the frequency of electromagnetic waves, such as radio waves, microwaves, and other forms of signals.

Frequency, measured in hertz (Hz), refers to the number of cycles or oscillations of an electromagnetic wave that occur in one second. In the context of MHz, one megahertz refers to one million cycles per second. This unit is commonly used to describe the frequency range of various communication systems, electronic devices, and components, such as radio broadcasts, wireless communication technologies, and processors.

##### mHz(millihertz)

A millihertz (mHz) is a unit of frequency in the International System of Units (SI), and it is used to measure the rate of oscillation or vibration of a periodic event. It is equal to 10^-3 hertz (0.001 Hz). In other words, one millihertz is equivalent to one thousandth (1/1000) of a hertz.

Hertz (Hz) is the standard unit of frequency, and it represents the number of oscillations or cycles per second. In the field of frequency, such as in the analysis of signals or the study of waveforms in electronics, acoustics, or other disciplines, frequencies are often measured in hertz.

A millihertz is a smaller unit of frequency, and it is used to express very low frequencies or slow oscillations. For example, 1 mHz means that a waveform oscillates or repeats itself once every 1000 seconds (approximately every 16.7 minutes). This unit is common in the study of geophysics, the earth's rotation, tides, and other slow oscillatory systems.

##### µHz(microhertz)

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.

##### MHz and µHz Conversion Mapping Table
MHz µHz
11.000000E+12
22.000000E+12
33.000000E+12
44.000000E+12
55.000000E+12
66.000000E+12
77.000000E+12
88.000000E+12
99.000000E+12
101.000000E+13
202.000000E+13
252.500000E+13
505.000000E+13
1001.000000E+14
2002.000000E+14
2502.500000E+14
5005.000000E+14
10001.000000E+15
20002.000000E+15
25002.500000E+15
50005.000000E+15
100001.000000E+16
µHz MHz
11.000000E-12
22.000000E-12
33.000000E-12
44.000000E-12
55.000000E-12
66.000000E-12
77.000000E-12
88.000000E-12
99.000000E-12
101.000000E-11
202.000000E-11
252.500000E-11
505.000000E-11
1001.000000E-10
2002.000000E-10
2502.500000E-10
5005.000000E-10
10001.000000E-9
20002.000000E-9
25002.500000E-9
50005.000000E-9
100001.000000E-8