bits per second

  1. (computer science) the rate at which data is transferred (as by a modem)
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  • At this point, it's expected that the 3.0 spec will include faster speeds, reportedly transferring files at 480 megabits per second in close proximity and 100 megabits per second at 10 meters.
  • All systems here offer, in theory, at least gigabit speeds — that is, 1,000 megabits per second. Times, Sunday Times
  • And the average speed of these Korean networks is 3 megabits per second, about twice as fast as most U. S. systems.
  • ‘We are downlinking at 32 k-bits, and uplinking at 2 k-bits per second, exactly as expected,’ confirmed McNeill.
  • Basic GSM phones send and receive data at a paltry 9.6 kilobits per second (kbps).
  • The total bandwidth per port ranges from 3 gigabits to more than 60 gigabits per second.
  • About 28 percent of rural America, or nearly 19 million people, lack access to Internet with speeds of three megabits per second or faster, compared with only 3 percent, or 7.2 million people, in nonrural areas, according to an FCC report, "Bringing Broadband to Rural America. The Seattle Times
  • Using an intact retina from a guinea pig, the researchers recorded spikes of electrical impulses from ganglion cells and calculated the human retina can transmit data at roughly 10 million bits per second. Study: How Much Does the Eye Tell the Brain | Impact Lab
  • The iPhone 4S for AT&T uses a faster version of technology called high-speed packet access that increases speeds to as much as 14.4 megabits per second. SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter
  • This raceway in the Communications Building holds new ‘high-speed’ wiring that can handle communication speeds of 1,000 million bits per second.
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