bit per second

bit per second

[′bit pər ′sek·ənd]
(communications)
A unit specifying the instantaneous speed at which a device or channel transmits data. Abbreviated bps.
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When users use data exceeding 3 gigabytes, they can still use unlimited mobile data at the speed of 1 Mega bit per second (Mbps).
Ericsson has showcased its MINI-LINK 6352 technology, offering state of the art capacity with 5Gbps (Giga bit per second) in one radio.
The new NCN5193 single-chip CMOS device supports Bell 202 shift frequencies between 1200 hertz (Hz) and 2200 Hz, and is capable of delivering a 1200 bit per second (bps) half- duplex data rate.
Next year, the company's product emphasis will be on control units for motors and fingerprint recognition chips processing data at speed of 32 bit per second.
The Mountain View Internet giant announced in a <a href="http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2010/02/think-big-with-gig-our-experimental.html" target="_blank">company blog</a>, that it plans to build a series of "ultra high-speed" fiber optic broadband networks that will pump out 1GB bps (bit per second) connections to the lucky "50,000 to 500,000 people" within their reach.
Elpida Memory (TOKYO:6665) today announced that it had developed the world's first 2.5Gb/s (bit per second) 1Gb DDR3 SDRAM based on a copper interconnect process and new circuit technology that not only enables faster speeds but also an ultra-low voltage operation of 1.2V while conforming to DDR3 specifications.
* An LSI CV22 modem chip as the foundation for the XE2400G, a 2,400 bit per second modem for transferring smaller data.
The demonstrations were performed simultaneously with two different computers with connection speeds of more than 1 mega bit per second over a UMTS network provided by Nortel.