For change from Mhz to Hz Just enter in our frequency converter the amount of Megahertz you want to convert to Hertz and click the calculate button.
If you wish, you can also use the calculator to perform the reverse conversion, that is, go from Hertz to Megahertz.
How to convert from Mhz to Hz
Before knowing how to go from Mhz to Hz, we need to know the equivalence between both frequency units. We know that 1MHz = 1000000Hz, so from this expression, we can deduce the formula for conversion:
f(Hz) = f(MHz) × 1.000.000
How to convert from Hz to Mhz with the calculator
To perform the calculation by hand or with the typical scientific calculator of universities, we simply need to know that:
1 Mhz = 1.000.000 Hz
Taking this into account, we can deduce that for change from Hz to Mhz we have to apply the following mathematical formula:
f(MHz) = f(Hz) / 1.000.000
Therefore, if we apply this to a practical example of 200 Hz, we have that:
f(MHz) = 200 / 1000000 = 0.0002 Mhz
If you do not want to resort to the calculator to do this operation, you can also use the trick of moving the decimal point six positions to the left. It is a method that works and saves us a lot of time when we perform multiplications or divisions by factors of 10 as in this case. This way we can immediate changeover from Hz to Mhz and almost mentally.
1 Mhz to hz
Like practical exampleIf we are going to convert 1 Mhz to Hz, we are going to see what the result is. To do this, we take the formula we have seen in the previous point and apply it as follows.
f(Hz) = 1 MHz × 1000000 = 1.000.000 Hz
The result we could already guess from the beginning is that the mega prefix is equivalent to 106
In case there is any doubt, we are going to see another practical example in which we will convert from megahertz to hertz another very typical frequency.
100 Mhz to hz
Again, we take the theoretical formula that facilitates the conversion and we have that:
f(Hz) = 100 MHz × 1000000 = 100,000,000 Hz
Again we obtain an expected result that is also very easy to calculate by adding to the starting frequency (100 Mhz) as many zeros to the right as indicated by the exponent of the power by which we are going to multiply (6).
Mhz to Hz equivalence table
Below you have some more examples of conversion Mhz to Hz in case you want to print the equivalence table and always have it at hand, they will serve as practical examples based on the formulas we have seen above:
|Megahertz (MHz)||Hertz (Hz)|
|0 MHz||0 Hz|
|0.000001 MHz||1 Hz|
|0.00001 MHz||10 Hz|
|0.0001 MHz||100 Hz|
|0.001 MHz||1000 Hz|
|0.01 MHz||10000 Hz|
|0.1 MHz||100000 Hz|
|1 MHz||1000000 Hz|
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