Recent Examples of kilobit from the Web
What Young and his team have built in to share with archive visitors is the streaming rate at which songs are played back, numbers that are markedly higher than the standard streaming speed of 320 kilobits per second.
As Stephanie Pappas at LiveScience reports, after snapping an image and storing it on its hard drive, New Horizons sends its data back on an antenna that transmits at only 12 watts, moving data at a snail’s pace—only two kilobits per second.
Many customers stuck with much slower speeds Even 10Mbps download speeds would be welcome to customers in AT&T territory who get DSL service measured in the kilobits or none at all.
Unfortunately, many people in AT&T's traditional territory are still stuck with DSL Internet measured in the kilobits per second or no Internet at all.
LTE-M only allows for a trickle of data — about 386 kilobits a second, compared to 100 megabits a second or more for the latest versions of LTE.
On the broadband network, the oversubscription means that one megabit-per-second connection to the internet is enough to serve 40 DSL accounts, each at a maximum speed of 768 kilobits per second, typical for low-end DSL.
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Origin and Etymology of kilobit
First Known Use: 1961See Words from the same year
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