In telecommunications, bit rate or data transfer rate is the average number of bits, characters, or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission system. In Telecommunications and Computing, bitrate (sometimes written bit rate, data rate or as a Variable R or f b A bit is a binary digit, taking a value of either 0 or 1 Binary digits are a basic unit of Information storage and communication This is typically measured in multiples of the units bit per second or byte per second. A byte (pronounced "bite" baɪt is the basic unit of measurement of information storage in Computer science.

Bit rates
Decimal prefixes (SI)
NameSymbolMultiple
kilobit per secondkbit/s103
megabit per secondMbit/s106
gigabit per secondGbit/s109
terabit per secondTbit/s1012
Binary prefixes
(IEC 60027-2)
kibibit per secondKibit/s210
mebibit per secondMibit/s220
gibibit per secondGibit/s230
tebibit per secondTibit/s240

## kilobit per second

A kilobit per second (kbit/s or kb/s or kbps) is a unit of data transfer rate equal to 1,000 bits per second. In Telecommunications and Computing, bitrate (sometimes written bit rate, data rate or as a Variable R or f b An SI prefix (also known as a metric prefix) is a name or associated symbol that precedes a unit of measure (or its symbol to form a Decimal multiple or In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission The word million In standard English, the -lli- in million is pronounced with an l-sound followed by a In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission This list compares various sizes of positive Numbers including counts of things Dimensionless quantity and probabilities. In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission This list compares various sizes of positive Numbers including counts of things Dimensionless quantity and probabilities. In computing binary prefixes are names or associated symbols that can precede a unit of measure (such as a Byte) to indicate multiplication by a power of two IEC 60027 (formerly IEC 27) is the International Electrotechnical Commission 's standard on Letter symbols to be used in electrical technology. In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission In Telecommunications and Computing, bitrate (sometimes written bit rate, data rate or as a Variable R or f b It is sometimes mistakenly thought to mean 1,024 bits per second, using the binary meaning of the kilo- prefix, though this is incorrect. In computing binary prefixes are names or associated symbols that can precede a unit of measure (such as a Byte) to indicate multiplication by a power of two

### Examples

• 56k modem56,000 bit/s
• 128 kbit/s MP3 — 128,000 bit/s [1]
• 64k ISDN — 64,000 bit/s [2]
• 1536k T1 — 1,536,000 bit/s (1. A 56 kbit/s line is a digital connection capable of carrying 56 Kilobits per second ( Kbit/s) or 56000 Bit/s, the Data rate of a normal single MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3, more commonly referred to as MP3, is a Digital audio encoding format using a form of Lossy data compression 536 Mbit/s)

Most digital representations of audio are measured in kbit/s:

(These values vary depending on audio data compression schemes)

• 4 kbit/s – minimum achieved for encoding recognizable speech (using special-purpose speech codecs)
• 8 kbit/s – telephone quality
• 32 kbit/s – MW quality
• 192 kbit/s – Nearly CD quality for a file compressed in the MP3 format
• 1,411 kbit/s – CD audio (uncompressed, 16 bit samples × 44. Multimedia is media and content that utilizes a combination of different content forms. For processes which reduce the amount of time it takes to listen to and understand a recording see Time-compressed speech. Speech coding is the application of Data compression of Digital audio signals containing Speech. Basic principle A traditional landline telephone system also known as "plain old telephone service" (POTS, commonly handles both signaling and audio information Medium Wave (MW is a part of the Medium frequency (MF radio band used mainly for AM broadcasting. MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3, more commonly referred to as MP3, is a Digital audio encoding format using a form of Lossy data compression A Compact Disc (also known as a CD) is an Optical disc used to store digital data, originally developed for storing digital audio 1 kHz × 2 channels)

### Related units

#### 'k' vs 'Ki'

'k' and 'Ki' stand for 'kilo' and kibi respectively. The hertz (symbol Hz) is a measure of Frequency, informally defined as the number of events occurring per Second. 943 KILO is a radio station sponsored out of Colorado Springs and Pueblo, Colorado. In computing binary prefixes are names or associated symbols that can precede a unit of measure (such as a Byte) to indicate multiplication by a power of two They are prefixes to units where 'k' stands for 1,000 and 'Ki' stands for 1,024, because 'Ki' comes from its use in computing where 210 = 1,024. Unfortunately, 'K' is often incorrectly used instead of 'Ki'. Furthermore, the broad public not being necessarily aware of this subtle difference, usually uses 'Kbps' and 'kbps' indiscriminately, creating confusion. Whenever 'Kibps' is used, it is usually accurate.

#### 'b' vs 'B'

'b' stands for 'bit' and 'B' stands for 'byte', where one byte refers to 8 bits. In Computing, an octet is a grouping of eight Bits Octet, with the only exception noted below always refers to an entity having exactly eight This can lead to confusion, as when a "1 Mega" connection is advertised, it usually means 1 Mibit/s (mebibit per second) or 1. 049 Mbit/s (megabit per second), meaning the maximum achievable download speed is actually about 128 KiB/s (kibibyte per second) or 131 kB/s (kilobyte per second).

### Example usage

If the data rate of a data-stream 8,192 bits per second, then using the different capitalization of letters this would be as follows:

8192 / 1000 = 8. 192 kbit/s
8192 / 1024 = 8 Kibit/s
8192 / (8 x 1024) = 1 KiB/s
8192 / (8 x 1000) = 1. 024 kB/s
8192 / 8 = 1024 B/s

Bytes are typically used in modern systems, but even when 8-bit bytes are used, the number of kbyte/s is not necessarily exactly one eighth the number of kbit/s because the count of bytes might not include framing bits. For example, a 56 kbit/s RS-232 serial line transfers only 5. In Telecommunications, RS-232 (Recommended Standard 232 is a standard for serial binary data signals connecting between a DTE ( Data Terminal Equipment 6 kbyte/s — not 7 kbyte/s — when used in the most common configuration (asynchronous, 8 data bits, no parity, one stop bit). Asynchronous serial communication describes an asynchronous, serial transmission protocol in which a start signal is sent prior to each byte character or code word It is fairly common to use kbyte/s with the binary meaning (1,024 byte/s) — more so than for kbit/s — perhaps because of the close relationship with the common binary usage of kilobyte for measuring file sizes. A kilobyte (derived from the SI prefix Kilo -, meaning 1000 is a unit of Information or Computer storage equal to either 1024

Notes about the related unit kibibit per second:

103 = 1,000 bit/s = 1 kbit/s (one kilobit or one thousand bits per second)
210 = 1,024 bit/s = 1 Kibit/s (one kibibit per second)

kbps is also commonly used for describing bit rates for streaming data such as video. In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission A kilobit is a unit of information abbreviated kbit (or kb) The standard definition is 1 kilobit = 103 bit = 1000 Bit. In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission A kibibit (a contraction of ki lo bi nary digi' t') is a unit of Information or Computer storage, abbreviated Kibit,

Related: kilobit/kibibit, kilobyte/kibibyte

## Megabit per second

A megabit per second (abbreviated as Mbit/s or Mbps) is a unit of data transfer rate equal to 1,000,000 bits per second. A kilobit is a unit of information abbreviated kbit (or kb) The standard definition is 1 kilobit = 103 bit = 1000 Bit. A kibibit (a contraction of ki lo bi nary digi' t') is a unit of Information or Computer storage, abbreviated Kibit, A kilobyte (derived from the SI prefix Kilo -, meaning 1000 is a unit of Information or Computer storage equal to either 1024 A kibibyte (a contraction of ki lo bi nary byte) is a unit of Information or Computer storage, established by the International In Telecommunications and Computing, bitrate (sometimes written bit rate, data rate or as a Variable R or f b Because there are 8 bits in a byte, a transfer speed of 8 megabits per second (8 Mbit/s) is equivalent to 1,000,000 bytes per second (approximately 976 kB/s). A byte (pronounced "bite" baɪt is the basic unit of measurement of information storage in Computer science.

### Usage examples

The bandwidth of consumer broadband internet services is often rated incorrectly in megabits (a unit of information) or more correctly in megabits per second; the formal abbreviation for megabit per second is Mbit/s. In Computer networking and Computer science, digital bandwidth or just bandwidth is the capacity for a given system to transfer data over a connection Broadband Internet access, often shortened to just Broadband, is high-speed Internet access—typically contrasted with dial-up access over a Modem Note that in this context the term bandwidth is used colloquially to mean the data transfer rate.

Data streams representing compressed video are often measured in Mbit/s:

• 2. Video compression refers to reducing the quantity of Data used to represent video images and is a straightforward combination of Image compression and Motion 0 Mbit/s — VHS quality
• 8 Mbit/s — DVD quality
• 27 Mbit/s — HDTV quality

More specific examples found on standard Comcast digital streams (transmitted in MPEG2 format):

• 2-3 Mbit/s — a low-definition digital channel with a very clean signal
• 5-6 Mbit/s — a low-definition digital channel with a digitized ("dirty") analog signal (or just an analog channel)
• 8-12 Mbit/s — a medium to high-definition digital channel with DVD quality data (equivalent to HBO-HD)
• 18-20 Mbit/s — a high-definition digital channel at 1080i (equivalent to Discovery HD)

Another example, Network cards and cables are typically available in 10/100/1000 Mbit/s. DVD (also known as " Digital Versatile Disc " or " Digital Video Disc " - see Etymology)is High-definition television (HDTV is a Digital television Broadcasting system with higher resolution than traditional television systems (standard-definition Comcast Corporation ( is the largest Cable television company the second largest Internet service provider and (according to the company the fourth largest telephone MPEG-2 is a standard for "the generic coding of moving pictures and associated audio information" Discovery Channel is an American Satellite and Cable TV channel (also delivered via IPTV, Terrestrial television and A Network card, Network Adapter, LAN Adapter or NIC (network interface card is a piece of Computer hardware designed to allow computers The Physical Layer is the first level in the seven-layer OSI model of computer networking. This means they can support a transfer rate of 10 or 100 or 1000 Mbit/s.

### Interface and device speeds

InterfaceMegabits per secondMegabytes per second
USB Low speed (USB 1. x, 2. 0)1. 5 Mbit/s0. 18 MB/s
USB Full speed (USB 1. x, 2. 0)12 Mbit/s1. 5 MB/s
USB High speed (USB 2. 0)480 Mbit/s60 MB/s
USB Super speed (proposed)4. 8 Gbit/s600 MB/s
Firewire 400 (IEEE 1394)400 Mbit/s50 MB/s
Firewire 800 (IEEE 1394b)800 Mbit/s100 MB/s
CD-ROM, 1x1. The IEEE 1394 interface is a serial bus Interface standard for high-speed communications and Isochronous real-time data transfer frequently The IEEE 1394 interface is a serial bus Interface standard for high-speed communications and Isochronous real-time data transfer frequently CD-ROM (an initialism of "Compact Disc Read-Only Memory " is a pre-pressed Compact Disc that contains data accessible to but not writable 2 Mbit/s0. 15 MB/s
CD-ROM, 52x62. CD-ROM (an initialism of "Compact Disc Read-Only Memory " is a pre-pressed Compact Disc that contains data accessible to but not writable 4 Mbit/s7. 8 MB/s
DVD-ROM, 1x11. DVD (also known as " Digital Versatile Disc " or " Digital Video Disc " - see Etymology)is 1 Mbit/s1. 3 MB/s
DVD-ROM, 16x177. DVD (also known as " Digital Versatile Disc " or " Digital Video Disc " - see Etymology)is 3 Mbit/s21. 1 MB/s
BD-ROM, 1x36 Mbit/s4. 5 MB/s
SATA I1200 Mbit/s150 MB/s
SATA II2400 Mbit/s300 MB/s
PCIe, 1x2000 Mbit/s250 MB/s

Note that these raw bit rates do not account for protocol, encoding, or other overheads; so they aren't even the theoretical peak data rates of these interface technologies. Not to be confused with PCI-X, a different bus architecture Peripheral Component Interconnect Express, officially abbreviated as PCI-E

Related: Megabit, a unit of information storage (as opposed to transmission), Gigabit Ethernet

## Gigabit per second

A Gigabit per second (Gbit/s or Gbps) is a unit of data transfer rate equal to 1,000 (103) megabits per second, 1,000,000 (106) kilobits per second or 1,000,000,000 (109) bits per second. A megabit is a unit of Information or computer storage abbreviated Mbit (or Mb) Gigabit Ethernet (GbE or 1 GigE is a term describing various technologies for transmitting Ethernet frames at a rate of a gigabit per second, as defined by the In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission In Telecommunications and Computing, bitrate (sometimes written bit rate, data rate or as a Variable R or f b

Examples of use:

• Gigabit Ethernet, 1 Gbit/s
• 10 gigabit Ethernet, 10 Gbit/s
• SCSI & Fibre Channel hard drives
• OC-24, a 1. Gigabit Ethernet (GbE or 1 GigE is a term describing various technologies for transmitting Ethernet frames at a rate of a gigabit per second, as defined by the Fibre Channel, or FC, is a Gigabit -speed network technology primarily used for Storage networking. Optical Carrier levels describe a range of digital signals that can be carried on SONET Fiber optic Network. 244 Gbit/s SONET data channel
• OC-192, a 9. Synchronous optical networking (SONET and Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH are two closely related Multiplexing protocols for transferring multiple Optical Carrier levels describe a range of digital signals that can be carried on SONET Fiber optic Network. 953 Gbit/s SONET data channel, the fastest in current use

### Related units

Another unit of data transmission is the gigabyte per second (GB/s, GBps, or Gbyte/s), equal to 8 gigabits per second. Synchronous optical networking (SONET and Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH are two closely related Multiplexing protocols for transferring multiple

Related: gigabit, gigabyte

## Terabit per second

A terabit per second (Tbit/s or Tbps) is a unit of data transfer rate equal to 1,000 gigabits per second, 1,000,000 megabits per second, 1,000,000,000 kilobits per second, or 1,000,000,000,000 bits per second. A gigabit is a unit of information or computer storage abbreviated Gbit (or Gb) A gigabyte (derived from the SI prefix Giga-) is a unit of Information or Computer In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission In Telecommunications and Computing, bitrate (sometimes written bit rate, data rate or as a Variable R or f b [1]

Examples of use:

• SEA-ME-WE 4 submarine cable - 1. South East Asia–Middle East–Western Europe 4 ( SEA-ME-WE 4) is an Optical fibre Submarine communications cable system that carries Telecommunications 28 terabits per second[2]

### Related units

Another unit of data transmission is the terabyte per second (TB/s), equal to 8 terabits per second.

Related: terabit, terabyte

## kibibit per second

A kibibit per second (Kibit/s) is a unit of data transfer rate equal to 1,024 bits per second. A terabit is a unit of Information or Computer storage, abbreviated Tbit (or Tb) A terabyte (derived from the prefix Tera- and commonly abbreviated TB) is a measurement term for data storage capacity. In Telecommunications and Computing, bitrate (sometimes written bit rate, data rate or as a Variable R or f b

### Related units

Another unit of data transmission is the kibibyte per second (Kibyte/s or KiB/s) which is 1,024 bytes per second. This is not necessarily exactly 8 Kibit/s because the bit rate may include framing bits (see kilobit per second). In Telecommunications and Computing, bitrate (sometimes written bit rate, data rate or as a Variable R or f b In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission

One kibibit per second should not be confused with one kilobit per second:

103 bit/s = 1,000 bit/s = 1 kbit/s (one kilobit or one thousand bits per second)
210 bit/s = 1,024 bit/s = 1 Kibit/s (one kibibit or one thousand twenty-four bits per second)

The unit is useful in serial datarates:

57k6 = 57. In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission A kilobit is a unit of information abbreviated kbit (or kb) The standard definition is 1 kilobit = 103 bit = 1000 Bit. In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission A kibibit (a contraction of ki lo bi nary digi' t') is a unit of Information or Computer storage, abbreviated Kibit, 600 kBd/s = 45 Kibit/s (at a standard setting of 8N1)

Related: Kibibit, Kilobit, Kibibyte

## Mebibit per second

A Mebibit per second (Mibit/s) is a unit of data transfer rate equal to 1,024 kibibits per second or 1,048,576 bits per second. In Telecommunications and Electronics, baud (ˈbɔːd unit symbol "Bd" is synonymous to symbols/s or pulses/s. Asynchronous serial communication describes an asynchronous, serial transmission protocol in which a start signal is sent prior to each byte character or code word A kibibit (a contraction of ki lo bi nary digi' t') is a unit of Information or Computer storage, abbreviated Kibit, A kilobit is a unit of information abbreviated kbit (or kb) The standard definition is 1 kilobit = 103 bit = 1000 Bit. A kibibyte (a contraction of ki lo bi nary byte) is a unit of Information or Computer storage, established by the International In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission In Telecommunications and Computing, bitrate (sometimes written bit rate, data rate or as a Variable R or f b

### Related units

Another unit of data transmission is the mebibyte per second (MiB/s or Mibyte/s) and is eight times a mebibit per second:

1 MiB/s = 8 Mibit/s

One mebibit per second should not be confused with one megabit per second:

106 bit/s = 1,000,000 bit/s = 1 Mbit/s (one megabit or one million bits per second)
220 bit/s = 1,048,576 bit/s = 1 Mibit/s (one mebibit per second)

Related: Mebibit, Megabit, Mebibyte

## Gibibit per second

A Gibibit per second (Gibit/s) is a unit of data transfer rate equal to 1,024 mebibits per second or 1,048,576 kibibits per second or 1,073,741,824 bits per second. In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission A megabit is a unit of Information or computer storage abbreviated Mbit (or Mb) The word million In standard English, the -lli- in million is pronounced with an l-sound followed by a In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission A mebibit (a contraction of mega binary digit is a unit of Information or Computer storage, abbreviated Mibit or sometimes Mib. A mebibit (a contraction of mega binary digit is a unit of Information or Computer storage, abbreviated Mibit or sometimes Mib. A megabit is a unit of Information or computer storage abbreviated Mbit (or Mb) A mebibyte (a contraction of me ga bi nary byte) is a unit of Information or Computer storage, abbreviated MiB. In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission In Telecommunications and Computing, bitrate (sometimes written bit rate, data rate or as a Variable R or f b

### Related units

Another unit of data transmission is the gibibyte per second (GiB/s or Gibyte/s) and is eight times a gibibit per second:

1 GiB/s = 8 Gibit/s

One gibibit per second should not be confused with one gigabit per second:

109 bit/s = 1,000,000,000 bit/s = 1 Gbit/s (one gigabit or one billion bits per second)
230 bit/s = 1,073,741,824 bit/s = 1 Gibit/s (one gibibit per second)

Related: Gibibit, Gigabit, Gibibyte

## Tebibit per second

A Tebibit per second (Tibit/s) is a unit of data transfer rate equal to 1,024 gibibits per second, 1,048,576 mebibits per second, 1,073,741,824 kibibits per second, or 1,099,511,627,776 bits per second. A gigabit is a unit of information or computer storage abbreviated Gbit (or Gb) A gibibit (a contraction of gi ga bi nary digi' t') is a unit of Information or Computer storage, abbreviated as Gibit A gibibit (a contraction of gi ga bi nary digi' t') is a unit of Information or Computer storage, abbreviated as Gibit A gigabit is a unit of information or computer storage abbreviated Gbit (or Gb) A gibibyte (a contraction of gi ga bi nary byte) is a unit of Information or Computer storage, abbreviated GiB. In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission In Telecommunications and Computing, bitrate (sometimes written bit rate, data rate or as a Variable R or f b

### Related units

Another unit of data transmission is the tebibyte per second (TiB/s or Tibyte/s) and is eight times a tebibit per second:

1 tebibyte/s = 8 tebibit/s

One tebibit per second should not be confused with one terabit per second:

1012 bit/s = 1,000,000,000,000 bit/s = 1 Tbit/s (one terabit or one million million bits per second)
240 bit/s = 1,099,511,627,776 bit/s = 1 Tibit/s (one tebibit per second)

Related: Tebibit, Terabit, Tebibyte. In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission A terabit is a unit of Information or Computer storage, abbreviated Tbit (or Tb) A tebibit (a contraction of te ra bi nary digi' t') is a unit of Information or Computer storage, abbreviated Tibit or A tebibit (a contraction of te ra bi nary digi' t') is a unit of Information or Computer storage, abbreviated Tibit or A terabit is a unit of Information or Computer storage, abbreviated Tbit (or Tb) A tebibyte (a contraction of te ra bi nary byte) is a unit of Information or Computer storage, abbreviated TiB.

## Megabyte per second

A Megabyte per second (MB/s or MBps) is a unit of data transfer rate equal to:

• 1,000,000 bytes per second, or
• 1,000 kilobytes per second, or
• 8 Megabits per second. In Telecommunications and Computing, bitrate (sometimes written bit rate, data rate or as a Variable R or f b In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission In telecommunications Bit rate or Data transfer rate is the average number of Bits characters or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission

Computer data interfaces are often rated in MB/s:

• PATA 33 – 133 MB/s
• SATA 150 – 300 MB/s
• PCI 133 – 533 MB/s

Related: Megabyte, Mebibit, Mebibyte

## Conversion formulas

To convert between common denotations, the following formula are used. AT Attachment with Packet Interface ( ATA/ATAPI) is a standard interface used to connect storage devices such as Hard disks Solid-state The Peripheral Component Interconnect, or PCI Standard (commonly PCI) specifies a Computer bus for attaching peripheral devices to a Computer A megabyte is a unit of Information or Computer storage equal to either 106 (1000000 Bytes or 220 (1048576 bytes depending on A mebibit (a contraction of mega binary digit is a unit of Information or Computer storage, abbreviated Mibit or sometimes Mib. A mebibyte (a contraction of me ga bi nary byte) is a unit of Information or Computer storage, abbreviated MiB.

kbps → KBps ((n * 1000) / 8) / 1024 = m ((((n * 1000) / 8) / 1024) / 1024) * 60 = m (((((n * 1000) / 8) / 1024) / 1024) * 60) * 60 = m

The following table shows how much data would theoretically be downloaded when running such a stream in more common denotations.

kbps KBps MBpm 50. 00 150. 00 139. 81 6. 10 18. 31 17. 07 0. 36 1. 07 1. 00 21. 46 64. 37 60. 00

## References

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