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One thousand kilobits. Abbreviation-Mb

1048576 bits (2 Raised to the power 20) equivalent to 1024 Kilobits.

Loosely, 1 million bits. Abbreviated to Mb.

A unit of size that means 1000 kilobytes (1 million bytes).

220 bits or 1,048,576 bits.

Abbreviated Mb or Mbit. Usually 1,048,576 bits (220); sometimes interpreted as 1 million bits.

When used in describing data transfer rates it refers to one million bits or Megabits per second (Mbps).

A megabit is 1,000,000 bits (which equals 1,000 kilobits). Abbreviations of megabit (Mb) are often confused with the abbreviation for megabyte (MB). (A byte is a group of eight bits.)

One million bits of information. The information-carrying capacity (i.e. bandwidth) of a circuit may be measured in megabits per second.

1. n. For processor storage, real and virtual storage, and channel volume, 220 or 1 048 576 bits. 2. n. For disk storage capacity and communications volume, 1 000 000 bits.

Megabit. 10^6 bits of information (usually used to express a data transfer rate; as in, 1 Megabit/second = 1Mbps).

About one million bits. Exactly 1,048,576 bits (2^20).

When used to describe data transfer rates, it refers to one million bits (see also bits). Networks are often measured in megabits per second, abbreviated as Mbps.

1,000,000 bits (ones or zeros) of data. (usually used to express a data transfer rate; as in, 1 Megabit/second = 1Mbps)

a megabit is a unit of data transfer consisting of 1,000,000 binary pulses. Not to be confused with a megabyte.

Megabit. One million bits of information, usually used to express a data transfer rate; 1 Megabit/second = 1Mbps. Megabyte (MB) MegaByte. A unit of data storage size which represents one million characters of information.

Approximately one million bits, or exactly 1 bit x 1,024 2 (1,048,576) bits.

Approximately one million bits, or approximately one thousand kilobits.

Approximately one million bits, or exactly 1 bit x 1,0242 (1,048,576) bits. One million bits of data. (10 Megabits per second, or Mbps, means that 10 million bits of data are being transmitted over the network per second.) Don't confuse with megabyte, the usual measure of computer memory and storage space. Eight bits make up one byte.

In the context of memory, this is 2 to the power of 20 bits (1048576). However, in the context of network link s, it often refers to only one million bits (1000000). There are 8 bits in a byte. Note that link speeds are usually written in megabits or kilobit s per second, while throughput is usually measured in kilobyte s per second. While the factor of 8 difference is fairly straight forward, the 5% difference between the base 10 and base 2 definitions of "megabit" can result in some confusion. See also megabyte.

This is roughly one million bits. 1,048,576 bits (that's 2^20 bits).

2^2 bits of information. Usually used to express a data transfer rate, as in, 1 megabit/second (= 1Mbps).

Equals approximately one million bits.

One million bits, usually represented as bits per second (Mb/s).

(Mb) - 1) In terms of data transfer, one megabit per second (Mbps) refers to 1,000,000 bits of information transferred per second. 2) In relation to data storage, one megabit is exactly equal to 1,048,576 bits of stored data.

One million binary pieces (bits) of information.

One million bits. Abbreviated as Mb, Mbit, and M-bit.

(1) when used to describe data storage, 1,024 kilobits (2) When used to describe data transfer rates, it refers to one million bits. Transfer rates are often measured in megabits per second, abbreviated as Mbps.

Equivalent to about 125 kilobytes. Megabits per second (Mb/s) the standard unit of measurement for data transfer.

1,000,000 bits of binary information, 1s or 0s; represented in electric circuits by a connected circuit or disconnected circuit.

One million bits. See also bit, kilobit, T1. WWWebfx Home Page

1,024 kilobits. Used to describe data transfer rate.

Approximately one million bits: 1 bit x 1,0242 (that is, 1,048,576 bits).

Approximately one million bits. Higher rates of data transfer are measured using megabits per second, abbreviated as Mbps.

One million bits in the binary numeration system, or exactly 1,048,576 bits.

A million bits.

Amount of memory equal to 1,048,576 bits of information. (Abbreviated Mb.)

(Mb) 1,048,576, or about one million, bits.

megabit is abbreviated Mbit. It usually represents 1,048,576 binary digits or bits of data. It is often used as equivalent to 1 million bits. ... more

This is roughly one million bits, or more exactly, 1,048,576...

One million binary bits (ones and zeroes). The term bit is the contraction of binary digit. It is the electrical equivalent of a value 0 or 1 and represents the basic units of computer information.

16,777,216 bits. See Mega

One million binary digits or bits. Note that this term is usually used in reference to serial data transfer and really means 1,000,000 and not 1024 x 1024

The Megabit is a unit of information storage, abbreviated Mbit or sometimes Mb.