Q: Why use 128 bps from 1mbps?

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The little ' m ' stands for 'mega' which is the same as 'million'.So 3.1 mbps = 3,100,000 bps.

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128 64,2 32,2,2 16,2,2,2 8,2,2,2,2 4,2,2,2,2,2 2,2,2,2,2,2,2

A decimal number is simply a way of representing a number in such a way that the place value of a one is ten times that of a one in the place to its right. If it does not contain a fractional part then the decimal representation does not require a decimal point. So the decimal for 50 bps is 50 bps – as in the question.

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Its because 1 Megabits = 128 Kilobytes.

1mbps.

1Mbps means 1 megabite per second, which is a download speed.

No

Max is 119,000 bps (bits per second) A lot of them usually use 19,200 or 9,600 bps.

Browning Pump Shotgun "BPS"

62 bps

There is no BPS file for the Xbox.

With lowercase 'b' (bps), "bits per second" With uppercase 'B' (Bps), "bytes per second"

Legally, NPPL allowed for 15 bps. The fastest BPS ever recorded was 50 BPS on an Autococker.

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14000 thousand for bps 9 and 22000 for bps 16