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Hi im a new member to this comunity and there is something that i didnt understand well for example

Connection is:: 3227 Kbps about 3.2 Mbps (tested with 2992 KB)

Tested From:: http://www.testmy.net/

Test Time:: Fri Feb 04 2005 22:40:14 GMT+0100

if the conection speed is 394 KB/s  you should download at least 3mb/s (394/100= 3,94 mb/S) so why in the Bottom Line says that 1mb should be downloaded in 2,6 sec? I didn understand.

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hey ze_abreu and welcome to the forum

394 x 2,6 seconds = 1024,4 KiloByte = 1 MB

VanBuren

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394 KB/s * 2.6 = 1024.4 --- 1024.4/1024 = aprox 1MB

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Thanks! I was making confusion because i have read in other forum that :

Originally posted by v6superbug:

IKbps = kilobytes per sec

Kbps (or Kbps) = kilobits per sec

Mbps (or Mbps) = megabits per sec

1.5Mbps connection = ~1500Kbps or ~187.5Kbps

1megabyte = ~8Mbps or ~8000Kbps

so the statement in this post that says that 1,5Mbps = 187.5KB is not true? And by the way my conection

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Capital B is Byte and b is bit

use this to convert  http://www.testmy.net/cgi-bin/conv.cgi

VanBuren

Finally i

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