Gigahertz Conversion Calculator

Enter a value in gigahertz below to convert to another unit of frequency.

What Is a Gigahertz?

A gigahertz is a unit used to measure frequency.

The gigahertz is a multiple of the hertz, which is the SI derived unit for frequency. In the metric system, "giga" is the prefix for billions, or 109. Gigahertz can be abbreviated as GHz; for example, 1 gigahertz can be written as 1 GHz.

How Much Is a Gigahertz?

Gigahertz is a measure of frequency equal to one billion cycles per second.

How to Convert Gigahertz

To convert gigahertz to another unit of frequency, you need to multiply the value by a conversion factor. A conversion factor is a numerical value used to change the units of a measurement without changing the value.[1]

You can find the conversion factors for gigahertz in the conversion table below.

Then, multiply the frequency measurement by the conversion factor to find the equivalent value in the desired unit of measurement.

gigahertz × conversion factor = result

You can also use a calculator, such as one of the converters below, for the conversion.

Gigahertz Conversion Table

Common gigahertz values and equivalent imperial and metric frequency measurements
gigahertz hertz kilohertz megahertz terahertz cycles per second revolutions per minute radians per second degrees per second
1 GHz 1,000,000,000 Hz 1,000,000 kHZ 1,000 MHz 0.001 THz 1,000,000,000 cps 60,000,000,000 RPM 6,283,185,307 rad/s 360,000,000,000 °/s
2 GHz 2,000,000,000 Hz 2,000,000 kHZ 2,000 MHz 0.002 THz 2,000,000,000 cps 120,000,000,000 RPM 12,566,370,614 rad/s 720,000,000,000 °/s
3 GHz 3,000,000,000 Hz 3,000,000 kHZ 3,000 MHz 0.003 THz 3,000,000,000 cps 180,000,000,000 RPM 18,849,555,921 rad/s 1,080,000,000,000 °/s
4 GHz 4,000,000,000 Hz 4,000,000 kHZ 4,000 MHz 0.004 THz 4,000,000,000 cps 240,000,000,000 RPM 25,132,741,227 rad/s 1,440,000,000,000 °/s
5 GHz 5,000,000,000 Hz 5,000,000 kHZ 5,000 MHz 0.005 THz 5,000,000,000 cps 300,000,000,000 RPM 31,415,926,534 rad/s 1,800,000,000,000 °/s
6 GHz 6,000,000,000 Hz 6,000,000 kHZ 6,000 MHz 0.006 THz 6,000,000,000 cps 360,000,000,000 RPM 37,699,111,841 rad/s 2,160,000,000,000 °/s
7 GHz 7,000,000,000 Hz 7,000,000 kHZ 7,000 MHz 0.007 THz 7,000,000,000 cps 420,000,000,000 RPM 43,982,297,148 rad/s 2,520,000,000,000 °/s
8 GHz 8,000,000,000 Hz 8,000,000 kHZ 8,000 MHz 0.008 THz 8,000,000,000 cps 480,000,000,000 RPM 50,265,482,455 rad/s 2,880,000,000,000 °/s
9 GHz 9,000,000,000 Hz 9,000,000 kHZ 9,000 MHz 0.009 THz 9,000,000,000 cps 540,000,000,000 RPM 56,548,667,762 rad/s 3,240,000,000,000 °/s
10 GHz 10,000,000,000 Hz 10,000,000 kHZ 10,000 MHz 0.01 THz 10,000,000,000 cps 600,000,000,000 RPM 62,831,853,069 rad/s 3,600,000,000,000 °/s
11 GHz 11,000,000,000 Hz 11,000,000 kHZ 11,000 MHz 0.011 THz 11,000,000,000 cps 660,000,000,000 RPM 69,115,038,375 rad/s 3,960,000,000,000 °/s
12 GHz 12,000,000,000 Hz 12,000,000 kHZ 12,000 MHz 0.012 THz 12,000,000,000 cps 720,000,000,000 RPM 75,398,223,682 rad/s 4,320,000,000,000 °/s
13 GHz 13,000,000,000 Hz 13,000,000 kHZ 13,000 MHz 0.013 THz 13,000,000,000 cps 780,000,000,000 RPM 81,681,408,989 rad/s 4,680,000,000,000 °/s
14 GHz 14,000,000,000 Hz 14,000,000 kHZ 14,000 MHz 0.014 THz 14,000,000,000 cps 840,000,000,000 RPM 87,964,594,296 rad/s 5,040,000,000,000 °/s
15 GHz 15,000,000,000 Hz 15,000,000 kHZ 15,000 MHz 0.015 THz 15,000,000,000 cps 900,000,000,000 RPM 94,247,779,603 rad/s 5,400,000,000,000 °/s
16 GHz 16,000,000,000 Hz 16,000,000 kHZ 16,000 MHz 0.016 THz 16,000,000,000 cps 960,000,000,000 RPM 100,530,964,910 rad/s 5,760,000,000,000 °/s
17 GHz 17,000,000,000 Hz 17,000,000 kHZ 17,000 MHz 0.017 THz 17,000,000,000 cps 1,020,000,000,000 RPM 106,814,150,217 rad/s 6,120,000,000,000 °/s
18 GHz 18,000,000,000 Hz 18,000,000 kHZ 18,000 MHz 0.018 THz 18,000,000,000 cps 1,080,000,000,000 RPM 113,097,335,523 rad/s 6,480,000,000,000 °/s
19 GHz 19,000,000,000 Hz 19,000,000 kHZ 19,000 MHz 0.019 THz 19,000,000,000 cps 1,140,000,000,000 RPM 119,380,520,830 rad/s 6,840,000,000,000 °/s
20 GHz 20,000,000,000 Hz 20,000,000 kHZ 20,000 MHz 0.02 THz 20,000,000,000 cps 1,200,000,000,000 RPM 125,663,706,137 rad/s 7,200,000,000,000 °/s

Gigahertz Conversion Calculators

You can also convert frequency using one of our gigahertz converters below.

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References

1. National Institute of Standards & Technology, Unit Conversion, https://www.nist.gov/pml/owm/metric-si/unit-conversion

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