# gigahertz to megahertz conversion

Conversion number between gigahertz [GHz] and megahertz [MHz] is 1000. This means, that gigahertz is bigger unit than megahertz.

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### Enter the number in gigahertz:

Decimal Fraction Exponential Expression
 [GHz]
eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

Result in megahertz

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### Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 gigahertz = (exactly) (1000000000) / (1000000) = 1000 megahertz
• 1 megahertz = (exactly) (1000000) / (1000000000) = 0.001 gigahertz
• ? gigahertz × (1000000000  ("Hz"/"gigahertz")) / (1000000  ("Hz"/"megahertz")) = ? megahertz

### High precision conversion

If conversion between gigahertz to hertz and hertz to megahertz is exactly definied, high precision conversion from gigahertz to megahertz is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

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Result in megahertz:
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### gigahertz to megahertz conversion chart

 Start value: [gigahertz] Step size [gigahertz] How many lines? (max 100)

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## Multiple conversion

Enter numbers in gigahertz and click convert button.
One number per line.

Converted numbers in megahertz:
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## Details about gigahertz and megahertz units:

Convert Gigahertz to other unit:

### gigahertz

Definition of gigahertz unit: = 109 Hz. Billion Hertz. How many cycles happen in one billionth of a second. Cycle per 10 -9 sec. Example: Computer processor cycles (clock rate) are measured in GHz.

Convert Megahertz to other unit:

### megahertz

Definition of megahertz unit: = 106 Hz. Millions of Hertz. How many cycles take place over one millionth of a second. Event per 0.000001 sec.

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