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Kbps

or kbps
abbr.
kilobits per second

Kbps

or

kbps

abbreviation for
(Telecommunications) kilobits per second
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In LTE data transfer rate, etisalat scored 24740 kbps and du 8728 kbps for FTP DL while for FTP UL, etisalat scored 2111 kbps and du 943 kbps.
At the same time, the subscribers of various volume based data users will also enjoy double data, such as 2 GB users will get 4 GB with the same Tk 300 (256 Kbps speed), 5 GB to 10 GB with Tk 500 (512 Kbps) and 12 GB to 25 GB with Tk 1,000 (1024 Kbps), said the statement.
Lithuania (1,462 KBps and Latvia (1,377 KBps) round out the top five.
If so, your data path may be in the 700-1,500 kbps range in both directions.
Delivering voice and data applications downstream (from the network to the user) and upstream (from the user to the network) at symmetrical speeds of 192 Kbps, BellSouth's new offering is ideal for network service providers seeking cost-efficient solutions for branch office Wide Area Networks (WANs), teleworkers and dial-up replacement.
While you can't get a full 56 KbpS throughput (the speed at which the data flow), you can get pretty close but then only in some geographic locations and only when data flow in one direction: to you from the Internet, not to the Internet from you.
Provisioning of 256 Kbps Nldc Between Bangalore (Inc) And Irnss Bhopal.
In third-party listening tests, consumers found comparable quality between music files encoded at 128 kbps in MP3 versus those encoded at 32 kbps with aacPlus.
And with KVH's exclusive Velocity(TM) Acceleration software, broadband data connections as fast as 500 Kbps - roughly the speed of residential DSL or cable Internet service - can be achieved, depending on network traffic and the data being transmitted.
The industry low for a 512 Kbps, 3 GB service, at $60, is identical to that offered to metropolitan users, but the highest prices ($466 for the same speed and quantity) is slightly lower.
LE works with any Windows sound device and encodes a single stream at bit rates between 8 and 32 Kbps, while PE requires a companion Orban Optimod-PC audio processor and can encode multiple simultaneous streams at bit rates from 8 to 320 Kbps.
Average connection speeds of 100 kbps to 130 kbps, with bursts up to 216 kbps