Khz to Mhz

Change from Khz to Mhz is something quite frequent in signal problems or in those in which we have a variable that depends on the frequency. As Kilohertz and Megahertz are not very large units, you can work quite comfortably with them, although if you prefer, you can use our online converter to save you the operations.

Just enter the value of Kilohertz you want to convert to Megahertz and press the Calculate button to get the result you are looking for. We remind you that the tool also performs the function of Mhz to Khz converter which will allow you to perform the opposite operation.

How to switch from Khz to Mhz

Khz to Mhz converter

If you are not familiar with the equivalence between Megahertz and Kilohertz, you should know that:

  • 1 MHz = 1000 Khz

Or you can also look at it this other way:

  • 1 Khz = 0.001 Mhz

From the above we can deduce that for from Kilohertz to Megahertz we can apply the following formula:

f(Mhz) = f(Khz) / 1000

If we apply the previous operation with a practical examplewe see it much better. We are going to convert 350 Khz to Mhz so we should:

f(Mhz) = f(Khz) / 1000 = 350 Khz / 1000 = 0,35 Mhz

How to switch from Mhz to Khz

Mhz to Khz

We know that 1MHz = 1000kHzTherefore, we can easily find out the formula we have to use to go from Megahertz to Kilohertz. You have it below:

f(kHz) = f(MHz) × 1000

ExampleWe are going to convert 8 Mhz to Khz from the previous expression:

f(kHz) = f(MHz) × 1000 = 8 Mhz x 1000 = 8000 Khz

1 Mhz to Khz

In case there is any doubt about the Megahertz to Kilohertz conversionLet's see a very typical example in which we will convert 1 Mhz to Khz.

To do this, we take the formula seen in the previous point and apply it by adapting it to this example:

f(kHz) = f(MHz) × 1000 = 1 Mhz x 1000 = 1000 Khz

As you can see, you only have to move the decimal point three positions to the right and add the number of zeros that are necessary for it. In this way we will not have to resort to any calculator to make the Mhz to Khz conversion.

Khz to Mhz equivalence table

Below you will find a small table that will serve as a perfect guide for you to have more reference of Khz to Mhz conversions:

Kilohertz (Khz)Megahertz (Mhz)
00
100.01
500.05
1000.1
3000.3
5000.5
10001
1000010

If you have any questions about how to perform the Khz to Mhz conversionLeave us a comment and we will try to help you as soon as possible. Please note that these frequency units will only be used in very specific sectors, so if your studies or work are not related to the world of mathematics, you may never have to use them.

Even so, I'm sure you've heard of Kilohertz and Megahertz even if it's in the characteristics of mobile and computer processors, haven't you?

2 thoughts on “Khz a Mhz”

  1. I HAVE A TECSUN 2000 AND I CAN'T GET BAND 27, CAN SOMEONE KINDLY TELL ME HOW TO DO IT?
    ON NORMAL SHORT (OR) USB (OR) LSB . THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

    Reply
    • Hello Jose, it would be best if you go to a ham radio forum so that they can help you better about that model of receiver you have because we have never worked with any similar.

      Best regards and thanks for your comment.

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