Gigahertz to all other Frequency unit conversions


The gigahertz, abbreviated GHz, is a unit of alternating current (AC) or electromagnetic (EM) wave frequency equal to one thousand million hertz (1,000,000,000 Hz). The gigahertz can be made use is an indicator of ultra-high frequency. It is used in computers to express the clock speed. They are also used to represent microwave EM signals. An EM signal having a frequency of 1 GHz has a wavelength of 300 millimeters, or a little less than a foot. In comparison to hertz, this is a bigger unit.

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Standard Units
Cycle/second {{cyclepersecond}}
Degree/hour {{degreeperhour}}
Degree/minute {{degreeperminute}}
Degree/second {{degreepersecond}}
Hertz {{hertz}}
Kilohertz {{kilohertz}}
Megahertz {{megahertz}}
Millihertz {{millihertz}}
Radian/hour {{radianperhour}}
Radian/minute {{radianperminute}}
Radian/second {{radianpersecond}}
Revolution/hour {{revolutionperhour}}
Revolution/minute {{revolutionperminute}}
Revolution/second {{revolutionpersecond}}
RPM {{rpm}}
Terrahertz {{terrahertz}}