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# Frequency  ‹―›  Wavelength Calculator

Here is a simple JavaScript routing that converts between frequency and wavelength. Wavelength and frequency are related by the following formula:

 Equation Frequency Units Wavelength Units c = λ * ν * √εr, where  c = speed of light            λ = wavelength                ν = frequency            εr = relative permittivity G = GHzM = MHzk = kHzH = Hz k = kilometerm = metercm = centimetermm = mmnmi = nautical milemi = statute mile yd = yardft = footin = inchmil = 1000ths of an inch
 Frequency GHz MHz kHz Hz Wavelength Relative Dielectric Constant Wavelength km m cm mm mi nmi yd ft in mil Frequency
Disclaimer: This calculator has been tested and is believed to be accurate to 6 significant figures. User assumes all risks for its use.

A table of calculated values can be found here: Frequency - Wavelength Conversion Table

Here are some familiar objects and their equivalent wavelength-related frequencies in air:

 Hummer H2 (189.8 in) = 62.2 MHz   Golden Gate Bridge (6,450 ft) = 153 kHz   Earth Equatorial Diameter (7,926 mi) = 23.5 Hz 0402 Surface Mount Capacitor (0.040 in) = 295 GHz   Ticonderoga #2 Wooden Pencil (7.5") = 1.57 GHz   Meter Stick (1 m) = 300 MHz   Boeing 747-400 (231'10") = 4.24 MHz   Channel Tunnel, "Chunnel" (37 km) = 8.10 kHz
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