Brian Guralnick wrote:

> Hi all,
>
>     Little off topic, I figured I might get a quick response here.  I need the 
>formula to determine the Wave Length in Meters with regard to a specified frequency 
>in MHz.

Is that the wave length in free space, or on a PC board?

In free space, it is L = C / F , where C is the speed of light, 299,792,458 M/S,
F in Hz.  So, 1 MHz is 299.8 Meters.

For a PC board, you'd need to know the velocity of propagation, which can be
computed if you know the characteristic impedance of the signal trace.

Jon

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