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A data rate of one thousand bits of information per second.

Data transfer speed, as through a modem or on a network, measured in multiples of 1024 bits per second. Abbreviated Kbps.

Kbps. The number of bits,or binary digits, transmitted every second, measured in multiples of 1024 bits per second. Used as an indicator of communications transmission rate.

Thousands of bits per second - a unit of information transfer rate.

1,000 bits per second. A measure of transmission speed.

One Kbps is equal to 1000 bits transmitted in one second. See also K.

This is a standard measure of the speed of a modem. A kilobit is one thousand bitsâ€”the smallest units of data used by computers. A 14.4K modem can transfer 14,400 bits of data between your computer and another computer each second.

The unit used to measure how fast data is transferred between devices on a network. One kilo bit is 1024 bits.

A measure of data transmission speed over communication lines in one thousand bits per second.

Refers to how fast data is transmitted on a communications path.

(kbps) Some multiple in thousands of bits per second is the usual measure of data transfer speed in streaming.

1000 bits per second. A measure of how fast data can be transmitted.

A measurement for data transmission. One kilobit per second is one thousand bits per second.

Measure of rate of digital transmission, often abbreviated Kbps.

One thousand bits per second. Standard measure of data rate and transmission capacity.

A data transmission rate of 1,000 bits per second.

A data transfer rate of 1024 bits per second. To Top

A measure of data transfer. A 14.4 Kbps modem transfers data at about 1.8 kilobytes per second or about 100 KB per minute.

A measure of data transfer. A 56Kbps dial-up modem transfers data at about 7.2 kilobytes (KB) per second, or about 432 KB per minute.

Kbps is the rate at which data is transmitted from one computer to another.

Kilobits-per-second means thousands of bits per second. This is a way of describing the speed of an Internet connection (representing the number of bits transmitted per second). Typical modems operate at speeds between 9.6 Kbps and 56.0 Kbps.

The data transmission rate of 1,000 bits of binary information per second.

Thousand bits per second. A measure of transmission speed.

1,024 bps. Among other things, an Internet bandwidth measurement.

A measure of bandwidth capacity or transmission speed. It stands for a thousand bits per second.

n. Abbreviated Kbps. Data transfer speed, as on a network, measured in multiples of 1,024 bits per second.

Measure of data transfer rate; the number of kilobits a line can transfer in one second. 9.26

Kilobits per second or kbps for short is the speed by which DSL line can transfer files to PsPrint via the Internet. For example, a 256K DSL line transfers files to PsPrint at 256 kbps.

1,000 bits per second -- measure of data transfer speed (context is usually modems and networks) -- one space between number and abbreviation (56 Kbps) -- hyphenate when used as an adjective (56-Kbps dialup service)

Abbreviated Kbps. The number of bits, or binary digits, transmitted every second, measured in multiples of communications transmission rate. ... more

The measure of data transmission rate.

See kbps