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The little ' m ' stands for 'mega' which is the same as 'million'.

So 3.1 mbps = 3,100,000 bps.

Q: How many bps in 3.1 mbps?

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There are 1024 Mbps per GB so if you have 4096 Mbps, You divide the 4096 by 2 giving you 2048 Mbps/ 1 GB

1 mbps (mega bits per second) = 1000 kbps (kilo bits per second) as defined by IEEE. So, 100 mbps = 100,000 kbps.

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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758 kbps (758,000 bps) is 0.7 mbps since 1 mbps is 1,000,000 bps.

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Basically its in the units of bits-per-second or bps going up like Kbps, Mbps, Gbps etc.

Cat5e is 100 mbps.

When talking about data transfer speeds most likely you will be talking about Megabits Per Second (Mbps) or Gigabit Per Second (Gbps).

in GE interface the STM-1 can carry 155 Mbps but on SDH it will carry 142 Mbps

1 MBPs how many MHZ

5.071 mbps (Note:1MB =1024 Kb)

bps is bytes per second. When you download a file, the speed is (size of file) / (time consumed) So 100 mbps is very fast. faster than any type of download website.

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MBPS means Mega byte per second .It is actually the band width.In digital communication Bandwidth is measured in byte/second. Internet speed is usually quoted in Megabits per second. 1 byte = 8 bits.

In fact, your question doens't make sense. MBPS is megabytes per second. This is the transfer speek, in case of copying of files / downloading files. Remeber 1024 KB = 1 MB ; 1024 MB = 1 GB ; 1024 GB = 1 TB Regards, Akshit Soota (akshitsoota@yahoo.com)