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Mega Bits Per Second. Indicates a transmission speed of multiples of 1000000 bits per second.

One million bits per second, a measurement of transmission speed.

Million bytes per second. Million bytes per second

()ega()its ()er ()econd. A measure of data transfer speed. Networks, for example, are generally measured in Mbps.

Megabit per second. 1,000,000 bits per second.

Million bits per second. A unit of measure for expressing bit rates. For example, MPEG-2 video encoding has a variable bit rate that averages 3.5Mbps.

A unit of data transmission speed measured in millions of bits per second.

ega its er econd. One million bits ( inary dig its) per second. A bit is a pulse of eletromagnetic energy. And Mbps is the standard method for indicating the speed with which data travels. Most people are familiar with modem speeds; 14.4Mbps, 28.8Mbps, 56Mbps, etc.

This equals one million bits per second.

Measure of data throughput in millions of bits per second.

Million (Mega) bits per second.

A measurement of the speed of digital communications channel; one million bits per second.

Millions of bits per second. A term used to describe data transmission speeds between two points on a computer network.

a unit for measuring the speed of transmission in a digital connection; one million bits of data per second.

Megabit: Millions of bits of data per second.

Millions of bits per second. The average speed of a DSL connection is 3 Mbps.

The speed of data transmission measured as the number of millions of data bits per second.

A measurement of the amount of information which is transferred over an Internet connection. One megabyte is roughly equivalent to eight megabits.

A transmission rate of 1 Megabit per second, where 1 Megabit = 1,048,576 bits or 1,024 Kilobits. See 'Bits per second'.

One million bytes per second.

1,000,000 bits per second, a measure of speed of the transmission rate for data across wired or wireless networks.

Megabits per second. A measurement of data speed that is roughly equivalent to a million bits per second. (See bps). close

(Megabytes per second) Measure of data transfer speed Microsoft NetMeeting A virtual meeting application from Microsoft. NetMeeting allows you to share applications, a virtual whiteboard, transfer files, and chat with other NetMeeting users

Short for megabits per second, a measure of data transfer speed (a megabit is equal to one million bits). Network transmissions, for example, are generally measured in Mbps.

Millions of bits per second, or megabits per second; a measure of bandwidth. network A group of computers (or AV devices and appliances) that can communicate back and forth, share peripherals (such as monitors and printers), and, if desired, access remote hosts or other networks.

MegaBits Per Second. One million bits per second. Sometimes it means Megabytes Per Second (one byte = 8 bits) so it is important to know which is meant.

Stands for "Megabits Per Second." One megabit is equal to one million bits or 1...

Mega bits per second (or Mbits/s) is a unit of measure of data transfer rates. It is equivalent to 1 million bits per second.

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

Mbps is a measurement of the transmission speed of data.

megabits per second. A megabit is roughly a million bits of data. This abbreviation is used to describe data transmission speeds. Several factors can influence how fast data travels, such as modem speed, bandwidth, and Internet traffic.

Mega Bits Per Second. One million bits (of data transferred) per second.

(Megabits per second) This is a measure of throughput in Megabits per second.

Megabit per second. 1 Mbps equals a million bits per second. Also see bps.

Mega bits per second (10^6 bps)

Megabits per second. Equal to 1,000 kbps.

(Mega-bits per second) [Measurement]. A speed of 1,024 Kbit per second (Kbps) or 1,048,576 bit per second (bps). see also Kbps, bps

Mega (million) bits per second. A measure of the speed of transfer of digital information.

This abbreviation stands for Megabits per second. A bit is a single binary digit (1 or 0) which is the native language of computers. A megabit is approximately a million bits of information. Mbps is a measure of digital transmission speed.

Megabits per second Megabits means million bits per second. For example, a 2 Mbps DSL connection can transmit two million bits per second.

Megabits per second Millions of bit s per second.

Mbps stands for millions of bits per second or megabits per second and is a measure of bandwidth (the total information flow over a given time) on a telecommunications medium.

n. Megabits per second.

A measurement of the rate of speed at which data is transferred (e.g., 1Mbps equals 1 million bits per second).

Megabits per second. A measurement of transmission speed for uploads, downloads and other data transfer.

Shorthand for megabits per second.

Stands for Megabits Per Second. A megabit is 1,048,576 bits. 1mbps is about 18 times faster than the average narrow band modem (56k) and about 1mbps is the spped of entry level ADSL broadband.

Megabits per second. A unit of bandwidth measurement that defines the speed at which information can be transferred through a network or Ethernet cable. One megabyte is roughly equivalent to eight megabits.

Mbps stands for Megabits per second, and indicates the speed of data transfer ie.bandwidth.

This is a much faster rating of transmission speed than kpbs. A megabit is equal to 1 million bits of data. This should not be confused with megabytes per second. A megabyte is actually equal to 8 megabits as there are 8 bits to a byte.

Megabits per second. Megabits per second means millions of bits per second. It is a common way of specifying the speed of a local or wide-area network connection; the number of bits that can be transmitted over a wire in a single second.

1 megabit = 1,000 kilobits) is a measurement of digital transmission speeds.

megabits per second] One million bits per second. This measurement is typically used for transmission speeds for networks and modems.

Megabits/second. Millions (10) of bits per second.

Megabits per second. A unit speed of measurement. 1 Million bits per second.

(Millions of bits per second) it is a measure of bandwidth. A unit of information transfer rate. While an Ethernet connection can run at 10 Mbps the average household modem still runs at 56.6 kbps (kilobits per second)

A measurement of data transmission speed in a communication system; the number of megabits transmitted or received each second.

A data transfer rate of Mega (million) bits per second. (Also Mb/s)

Mbps stands for megabits per second. A megabit is 1024x1024 bits or 1,048,576 bits.

An acronym for megabits per second.

Mbps represents millions of bits per second and is a measure of bandwidth on a medium such as a telephone line, cable line, or optical fiber. Depending on the medium and the transmission method, bandwidth may also be in the Kbps range or the Gbps (billions of bits or gigabits per second) range.

Mbps is short for megabits per second which is a measure of data transfer speed. A megabit is equal to one million bits.

Equivalent to one million bits per second.

Mega bits per second. A measurement of digital bandwidth where one Mbps equals just over one million bits per second.

Abbreviation for "Millions of Bits Per Second", or "MegaBits Per Second". It is a measure of bandwidth.

Megabits (millions of bits) per second. One megabit contains 1,048,576 bits ( 2 20 bits)

MegaBytes (millions of bytes or octets) per second. One megabyte contains 1,048,576 bytes ( 2 20 bytes)

This is a million bits per second (a measurement of data transmission rate).

This is a million bytes per second.

Megabits per second. One bit is a single digital zero or one. One million bits transmitted in one second is 1 Mbps.

Megabytes per second. One byte represents a single character, usually 8 bits. One million bytes transmitted in one second is 1 MBps.

Megabits per second or one million bits per second.

Megabits-per-second (millions of bits-per-second). It is a measure of data transmission.

Mega Bits Per Second. Like Kbps a measure of transmission rates. One Megabit equals 1,000 kilobits. 1.5Mbps DSL is a heck of a lot faster than your current analog service.

Millions of bits per second or megabits per second, a measure of bandwidth or the total information flow over a given time, over a telecommunications medium. Depending on the medium and the transmission method, bandwidth is also sometimes measured in the Kbps (thousands of bits or kilobits per second) range or the Gbps (billions of bits or gigabits per second) range.

Megabit, or one million bits, per second. This is the measurement of the transfer rate for all Speakeasy services that have a download or upload of at least 1.1.

Acronym for megabits per second, i.e., millions of bits per second, used to describe the speed of a network connection. Many LANs operate at speeds of 10 mbps or more; a T-1 line WAN connection operates at 1.544 mbps.

megabits per second. MBps would be mega bytes per second.

Megabits per second, a measure of speed of transmission of data. To top

Megabits (106) per second

(sometimes mb/s) Megabits per second

Millions of bits per second, or Megabits Per Second (Mbps), is the measurement of bandwidth on a telecommunication medium. Bandwidth is also sometimes measured in Kbps (kilobits per second), or Gbps (billions of bits per second).

Megabits per second. A measure of bandwidth. ini-DIN Multi-wire cable with Mini-DIN connectors at both ends. Usually has 4 inner wires. Pictures of Mini-DIN connectors

(Megabits per second) - 1Mb = 1,048,576 bits

A data rate. Megabits, or millions of bits, per second.

Mega bits per seconds. Millions of bits per second.

The rate at which broadband data is transferred between computers. One megabit is approximately 1000 kilobits. Where Mb appears denoting storage, it refers to Megabyte, which is approximately 8 times larger than a megabit.

short for Megabits per second (a million bits per second). A unit of how much digital information is transferred over time. DVD-Video signal runs about 3-7 Mbps, with a maximum of 10 Mbps. back to the previous page

One million bps, actual number is1,048,576

Mega (million) bits per second. Measurement of transmission speed or bandwidth.

Megabits-per-second (millions of bits-per-second). A measure of data transmission, such as that handled by a modem.

Megabits per second (millions of bits per second). A measure of digital data transmission rate.

(MegaBits Per Second) A measure of speed of information flow over a network (and if it's measured in Mbps, it's reasonably quick.) A Megabit is one million bits. See also bps, Kbps.

An abbreviation for megabits per second. A measurement of the transmission speed of data measured in 1,048,576 bits per second.

megabits per second. A bit rate expressed in millions of binary bits per second. 1 megabit = 2 20 bits, or 1,048,576 bits.

Megabits per second, the number of bits transmitted every second as measured in multiples of about one million (1,048, 576) bits per second.

This is the acronym for Megabits per second. One Megabit equals 1,048,576 bits.

Abbreviation for megabits per second. A measure of the data transfer rate for a network connection.

Megabits per second. A measure of speed of a network or bandwidth.

Megabits per second. Usually refers to a transfer rate. MPEG MPEG (pronounced M-peg), which stands for Moving Picture Experts Group, is the name of family of standards used for coding audio-visual information (e.g., movies, video, music) in a digital compressed format.

(Megabits per second) A measure of bandwidth capacity or transmission speed. It represents a million bits per second.

Megabits - 1,000,000 bits per second

Megabits per second: the unit for measuring the capacity of fast Internet connections.

Megabits Per Second A measurement used to determine the amount of data being transmitted per second on a network or modem.

Megabits per second Speed of transmission of millon of bps.

Megabits per second one million data 'bits', either a zero OR a one, per second. This is a similiar to MPH in your car. 10 Mbps is slow - 100Mbps is great. At Gigabit Network speeds the similiarity ends

Megabits per second. MBps would be megabytes per second. High-speed data transmission rates used primarily by Internet backbones.

MegaBits Per Second. Refers to the speed of data communications, and represents (approximately) 1 million divided by 8 (the number needed to create a letter or number) to give you a dowload speed of 125,000 letters or numbers per second under ideal conditions. Network A group of computers tied together with the purpose of sharing something. A network can be a LAN, a WAN or the Internet itself.

Megabits per second. Measured as one million bits per second. A measurement of the amount of data transferred in one second between two telecommunication points.

Megabits per second, a measurement of the speed data travels in a network -- such as through a home or business internet connection

Megabits per second. 1 Mbps equals 1000 Kbps.

The term megabits per second (Mbps) is a measure of data transfer in the form of millions of bits per second.

MegaBits Per Second (Mbps) is a rating of transmission speed at one million bits per second.

Mega bits per second. A measurement of the rate of speed that data is being transferred. 1Mbps equals 1 million bits per second.

Abbreviation for Megabits per second, which measures the speed of data transfer.

(Megabits Per Second) (not to be confused with megabytes per second -MBps). The measurement of the speed of data transfer in a communications system. A megabit is one million bits. Ten megabits per second (10Mbps) means that 10 million pulses are transmitted per second in a communications system. Also see Bit MBps

MegaBytes per second (not to be confused with megabits per second -Mbps). The measurement of the speed of data transfer in a communications system. A megabyte is approximately one million bytes. [1 MB = 1,048,576 bytes.] Also see Byte Mbps

Million bits per second or megabits per second.

Megabits per second. A data transfer rate of one million bits each second.

Mega bits per second - the number of bits, in millions, transmitted per second.

Megabytes per second. 1,048,576 bytes per second. "Our T-1 provides us with a speed of 1.54 Mbps."

Stands for Mega Bits Per Second, and is the rate at which 1,000,000 bits of data travels across your internet connection.

Million bits per second - 1,000,000 bits per second.

Megabits per second Megabits means million bits per second. For example, a 1.5Mbps DSL connection can transmit one and on-half million bits per second.

Abbreviation for Megabits per second, or millions of bits per second. This is a measurement of how much data can be transmitted through a connection. For example, 6.0 Mbps is 200 times faster than a 28.8 Kbps analog modem.

(Megabits Per Second) - One million bits per second; a unit of measurement for data transmission.

Megabits per second, a data transfer rate, speed of communication.

Megabytes per second (MB is also used as an abbreviation for Megabyte).

(Megabyte) One million bytes.

Tansmission rate, meaning one million bits per second.

(or MBit/s) (Megabits per second) - One million bits per second.

Millions Bits of information transmitted Per Second.

Million bits per second. A measure of how fast data is transported.

Mega-bits per second (1 million bits per second). A measure of the speed at which data travels.

Megabits per second â€“ millions of bits per second. A measure of data transfer speed.

Short for megabits per second. A measurement of the speed or “bit rate” at which of megabits are transmitted over networks. One megabit is equivalent to 1 000 000 bits.

Megabits per second, or millions of bits per second, a measure of bandwidth.

Megabits (i.e., one million bits) per second. A measure of data transmission speed.

Megabits-per-second, a measurement of the speed by which information is transmitted over certain electronic media. A "bit" is a single binary pulse of information; a megabit is approximately 1 million bits. For example, the FCC has licensed to digital television (DTV) station owners a unit of digital spectrum totaling 6 MegaHertz (MHz) in bandwidth. This 6 Mhz is sufficient for DTV broadcasters to transmit sound, images and data at speeds of up to 19.4 Mbps. By comparison, a cable modem typically transmits at speeds of less than 10 Mbps. High-definition digital television (HDTV) typically can be provided using no more than 15 Mbps, while standard-definition digital television (SDTV) requires less bandwidth, allowing DTV broadcasters to provide a "multicast" combination of HDTV, SDTV and/or data transmission at any one time. For example, Weather Plus, a series of local digital weather channels provided by NBC and its affiliates, typically consumes no more than 3 Mbps of digital transmission capacity.

Millions of bits per second. It is a measure of bandwidth. A unit of information transfer rate. Ethernet, T1, T3 and other high-speed connections are measured in Megabits.

An indicator of transmission speed over a digital system or medium.

Megabits per second, or 1 million bits per second. A measurement of data speed.

megabits-per-second. A communication speed of around 100,000 characters per second. Note the small "b"; if the "b" is capitalized, it's referring to bytes per second, around ten times faster.

Abbreviation for megabits per second, which is a data transfer rate.

One million bits per second; a data rate.

Megabits per second, a common notation for referring to speed of a network device.

MegaBits per Second. A unit showing the speed of a network.

Megabits per second. One megabit is 1,048,576 bits. MDF - Main Distribution Frame. The point where all local loops are terminated at a Central Office.

Mega Bits Per Second, a measurement of data transmission speed indicating 1024 kilobits per second or 1048576 bits per second.

Megabits per second, a measure of data transmission or network speed equaling 1 million bits (or 1,000 kilobits) per second.

Megabits per second. Refers to the transfer rate of data.

1,048,576 bits per second; usually referred to as one million bits per second.

Megabits per second. It is used as a measure of the data rate or amount of data that is being transmitted.

Abbreviation for megabytes per second.

Unit that measures the rate of transmission of digital signals (million bits per second).

Megabits per second, a measure of speed of transmission of data. See Also: Gbps, Bps

MegaBytes (MB) per second, 1 MB = 1,048,576 bytes

Megabits (Mb) per second, 1Mb = 1,048,576 bits Miva Empressa Miva's XML based server-side scripting language. Available for multiple platforms. Here is Miva Empressa home page.

Megabits Per Second. One million bits of data per second.

A million binary pulses; commonly used in data communications to measure the amount of data per second transmitted between two telecommunication points.

or Mbit/sec Megabits per second.

MegaBytes per second - Million bytes per second or 8 million bits per second

See megabits-per-second.

Millions of bits per second or megabits per second, generally used as a measure of bandwidth.

when written with a lowercase b, short for ega its er econd.

A data rate equal to 1,000,000 bps.

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A rate of transfer of information across a connection such as the Internet. (Equal to 1,000Kbps.)