Mbps vs MBps

Mbps vs MBps difference

Notice the difference: 

MBps & Mbps (Capital B vs little b

MBps = MegaBytes Per Second 

Mbps = Mega Bits Per Second 


If your Internet Service Provider (ISP) says they are giving you 5 Mbps connection, never think of it as 5 MBps.

If you prefer to calculate in bytes, 
it will be (5/8) = 0.625 MBps or 625 kBps. 

That means an 8 Mbps connection is required to get 1 MBps connection. 


" (1/8= 0.125 , 125 kbps) 1 Mbps = 125 KBps  - It will be Maximum download speed"


If you run a line of 8 Mbps then your download speed is 1 MBps.
 

When we Purchase a Router,

  • 300 Mbps is written at the time of purchase of the router, which means (300/8) = 37.5 MBps to provide maximum speed. Capable (theoretically).


  • 450 Mbps is written at the time of purchase of the router, which means (450/8) = 56.25 MBps to provide maximum speed. Capable (theoretically).


  • 700 Mbps is written at the time of purchase of the router, which means (700/8) = 87.5 MBps to provide maximum speed. Capable (theoretically).


  • 1000 Mbps is written at the time of purchase of the router, which means (1000/8) = 125 MBps to provide maximum speed. Capable (theoretically).


  • 1200 Mbps is written at the time of purchase of the router, which means (1200/8) = 150 MBps to provide maximum speed. Capable (theoretically).


  • 1300 Mbps is written at the time of purchase of the router, which means (1300/8) = 162.5 MBps to provide maximum speed. Capable (theoretically).


  • 3200 Mbps is written at the time of purchase of the router, which means (3200/8) = 400 MBps to provide maximum speed. Capable (theoretically).

- This is how you can calculate the case of all routers

8 megabytes per second = 1 megabyte per second. 
 We are very confused about this information.


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