Unit hHz
Name hectohertz
Category Frequency
Details Hectohertz (hHz) is a unit of frequency in the International System of Units (SI) used to measure the frequency of a periodic event, such as sound or electromagnetic waves. 1 hectohertz is equal to 100 hertz (Hz), which means a frequency of 100 cycles per second. It is not commonly used in practice, as frequencies are usually expressed in smaller or larger units, such as hertz, kilohertz or megahertz, depending on the scale of the frequency being measured. However, hHz may serve as an intermediary unit of measurement when converting between different frequency units or when handling frequencies that fall within the range of hundreds of hertz.