# Introduction

Frequency can be defined as the number of cycles executed in a unit period, where the SI unit for Frequency is Hertz. 1 Hertz is equal to 1 cycle per second. Frequency estimates physical actions that follow a pattern and are repetitive, such as oscillations, and involves rotary movement. In rotary motions, other units are used, such as revolutions per minute (rpm), radians per second (rad/s), and degrees per minute (deg/min).

# What is the Frequency Converter tool?

This conversion tool serves you by converting a frequency value into different measurement units and displaying a conversion scale corresponding to the converted value. This scale can be very useful for telecom engineers and workers as it may help them develop more advanced technologies.

It's equipped with nine different units of frequency measurement. These units have been explained with respect to the millihertz below.

 Millihertz to Millihertz 1 Millihertz to Hertz 0.001 Millihertz to Kilohertz 1e-06 Millihertz to Megahertz 1e-09 Millihertz to Gigahertz 1e-12 Millihertz to Terahertz 1e-15 Millihertz to Rotation per minute 0.06 Millihertz to Degree per second 0.36 Millihertz to Radian per second 0.00628319

# What are the applications of the Frequency Converter tool?

The Frequency Converter can convert the frequency unit of many domains such as sound waves, electromagnetism, electricity, light waves, resonance, rotations, etc.

One of the units of Frequency radians per second is commonly used to measure sine waves in music, radio, and other audio applications. The frequency units of the speed of electronics and computer processing can also be explored or changed through the Frequency Converter tool.

Most importantly, your vocal cords produce sound waves that are transmitted through the air to listeners' ears, and that's how you can hear. In the absence of sound waves, human beings could not communicate verbally. Hence, frequency conversions play a vital role in communication. The same technique is used by most of the technologies in the modern world.