The NS to HZ Calculator helps you convert between nanoseconds and Hertz, providing the option to calculate either time period or frequency. This calculator also has an advanced mode for conversions between megahertz (MHz) and microseconds.

### Input Field Guide

Each input field has a specific function in the calculator, and understanding their purpose will ensure accurate calculations. Below is a detailed guide to each field.

**Input Field** |
**Description** |
**Example** |

**NS (Nanoseconds)** |
Enter the time period in nanoseconds to convert it to frequency in Hertz (HZ). |
**500** |

**Hertz (HZ)** |
Input the frequency in Hertz to find the time period in nanoseconds. |
**2,000,000** |

**Frequency (MHz)** |
Enter the frequency in megahertz to calculate the period in microseconds. |
**10** |

**Period (Microseconds)** |
Displays the calculated period in microseconds based on the MHz input. |
**Result only** |

### How To Calculate

Here are examples that outline the steps for calculating conversions between NS to HZ and MHz to Microseconds.

**Example 1: Calculating HZ from NS**

**Step** |
**Calculation** |
**Result** |

**NS (Nanoseconds)** |
**500** |
500 |

**Formula** |
$\text{Frequency (Hz)} = \frac{1}{\text{NS (s)}}$ |
– |

**Calculation** |
$\frac{1}{500 \times 10^{-9}}$ |
2,000,000 Hz |

**Example 2: Calculating Microseconds from MHz**

**Step** |
**Calculation** |
**Result** |

**Frequency (MHz)** |
**10** |
10 |

**Formula** |
$\text{Period (μs)} = \frac{1}{\text{Frequency (MHz)}} \times 10^6$ |
– |

**Calculation** |
$\frac{1}{10} \times 10^6$ |
100 μs |

To use the calculator, enter the known values and leave the desired field blank to calculate. Press **Calculate** for results or **Reset** to clear all fields for a new calculation.