conversion tables

  bribar 13:43 08 May 04
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Please can anyone help I would like to know how many Kbit/s does 10.0 Mbps equate to. I have a broadband connection that say's it is connected at 10.0Mbps but all broadband suppliers talk in Kbit/s

  Stuartli 13:56 08 May 04

10.0 Mbps = 10,240 kbps

You'll find a converter in google at:

click here

  bribar 14:28 08 May 04

Hi Stuartli, thanks for the quick response and info, just tried Google but it's like trying to find a pin in the Atlantic Ocean. What I do not understand is why the ISP's talk in different languages most mention 256 Kbit/s but my computer shows 10.0 Mbps which is 4 times faster than it should be, I'm lost

  VoG II 14:31 08 May 04

10.0 Mbps is the speed of your LAN card.

To measure your speed click here

  VoG II 14:31 08 May 04

Ignore my first sentence.

  bribar 15:32 08 May 04

Thanks Guy's for your help, VoG I went to that site down loaded test I find my broadband connection is really 723Kbps.
Thanks again

  Stuartli 18:00 08 May 04

The calculator is listed quite clearly on the google link I provided...:-)

It's one of a number of useful features on the page.

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