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# Binary Degrees

Binary degree or binary radian (brad) is 1 turn/256. In terms of the SI unit radians this is π/128 rad. The binary degree is used in computing so that an angle can be efficiently represented in a single byte.

Binary Degrees
Symbol/abbreviation: b deg
Unit of: ANGLE
ANGLE's base unit: radians (Non-SI Unit)
In relation to the base unit (radians), 1 Binary Degrees = 0.0245436926 radians.

## Conversion table 1 Binary Degrees (b deg) to all angle units

1 b deg= 24.999992462424 angular mils (µ mil)
1 b deg= 84.375060504387 arcminutes (arcmin)
1 b deg= 5062.4998014701 arcseconds (arcsec)
1 b deg= 1 binary degrees (b deg)
1 b deg= 156.24963458111 centesimal minute of arc (c MOA)
1 b deg= 15625.003246762 centesimal second of arc (c SOA)
1 b deg= 0.0039062470814984 circles (o)
1 b deg= 1.4062499448062 degrees (°deg)
1 b deg= 1.472621556589 diameter parts (Ø part)
1 b deg= 1.5625000262606 gons (gon)
1 b deg= 0.23437499994032 hexacontades (hc)
1 b deg= 0.093749999979708 hour angles (HA)
1 b deg= 5062500010.3132 microarcseconds (μas)
1 b deg= 5062500.0103132 milliarcseconds (mas)