Angular speed ω (in radians per second), is greater than frequency ν (in Hz), by a factor of 2π, because 2π rad/s corresponds to 1 Hz.
General information
Unit systemSI
Unit ofangular speed

The radian per second (symbol: rad⋅s−1 or rad/s) is the unit of angular velocity in the International System of Units (SI). The radian per second is also the SI unit of angular frequency, commonly denoted by the Greek letter ω (omega). The radian per second is defined as the angular frequency that results in the angular displacement increasing by one radian every second.

The angular frequency of one radian per second corresponds to a frequency of 1/(2πhertz (Hz), or cycles per second. This is because one cycle of rotation corresponds to an angular rotation of one turn (360 degrees), which equals 2π radians. Since the radian is a dimensionless unit in the SI, the radian per second is dimensionally equivalent to the hertz—both are defined as s−1. One radian per second also corresponds to about 9.55 revolutions per minute.

Quantity correspondence
Angular frequency ${\displaystyle \omega }$ Frequency ${\displaystyle \nu =\omega /{2\pi }}$