Convert **Gigahertz to Megahertz** is very easy with our online frequency converter. We just need you to enter the frequency in Ghz you want to convert to Mhz and press the calculate button to get the equivalence you are looking for.

In case you need to perform the reverse conversion, we also offer you the possibility of **convert Mhz to Ghz** which works in the same way. We hope that with our online converter you will save time and above all, it will prevent you from making mistakes.

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## Formula to convert from Ghz to Mhz

Assuming we know that **1GHz = 1000MHz**If we want to change from Ghz to Mhz, we can easily deduce that we must apply the following formula:

*f*_{(MHz)} = *f*_{(GHz)} × 1000

As a practical example, let's convert a frequency of 3 gigahertz to megahertz:

*f*_{(MHz)} = *f*_{(GHz)} × 1000 = 3 Ghz x 1000 = 3,000 Mhz.

## 1 Ghz to Mhz

Let's see with one more example how to convert from Ghz to Mhz applying the formula explained in the previous section. In this case we are going to pass **1 Ghz to Mhz** to know the equivalence between both frequency units:

*f*_{(MHz)} = *f*_{(GHz)} × 1000 = 1 Ghz x 1000 = 1,000 Mhz.

As you have probably already deduced, in order to make the **Gigahertz to Hertz conversion** just move the decimal point three positions to the right, adding as many zeros as necessary to do so. With this simple trick you will avoid having to use a calculator to calculate the equivalence.

## How to switch from Mhz to Ghz

In order to convert a specific frequency in Mhz to Ghz, we must first know that **1GHz = 1000MHz**. From this equivalence, it is easy to derive a formula that allows us to apply the conversion between these two units:

*f*_{(GHz)} = *f*_{(MHz)} / 1000

**Example**We are going to convert 6 Mhz to Ghz using the above expression:

*f*_{(GHz)} = *f*_{(MHz)} / 1000 = 6 Mhz / 1000 = 0.006 Ghz

## 1 Mhz to Ghz

Let's see **another practical example** how to convert Megahertz to Gigahertz. In this case, we are going to convert 1 Mhz to Ghz in the same way as we have seen in the previous point:

*f*_{(GHz)} = *f*_{(MHz)} / 1000 = 1 Mhz / 1000 = 0.001 Ghz

As you can see, the mechanism is **very simple** and always follows the same pattern, i.e., divide by one thousand.

## Ghz to Mhz equivalence table

If you want to have a table with some of the most important **Ghz to Mhz conversions**In the following we have compiled some equivalences that cover different ranges from 0 Ghz to 1 Ghz.

Gigahertz (GHz) | Megahertz (MHz) |
---|---|

0 GHz | 0 MHz |

0.001 GHz | 1 MHz |

0.01 GHz | 10 MHz |

0.1 GHz | 100 MHz |

1 GHz | 1000 MHz |

10 GHz | 10000 MHz |

100 GHz | 100000 MHz |

1000 GHz | 1000000 MHz |