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KB

abbreviation for King's Bench.
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Globalstar phones provides voice and data capability at 9.6 kilobits, which is four times faster than Iridium.
A technology that employs unused bandwidth on common copper wiring (twisted pair), enabling fast transmission speeds of 640 kilobits per second, 1.2 megabits per second and 7.1 megabits per second.
One of those is marketed by Micom, Simi Valley, Calif., which offers a 56 kilobit private data/voice network.
The standard 2G cell phone network, for instance, provides only 15 to 20 kilobits of data per second.
This year's results are significantly better than 2008, when New Hampshire ranked 16th, with download speeds of 43 mbps and uploads of 974 kilobits per second.
With 512 kilobits per second, users now have a much broader choice of speeds.With the new speed, Bayanat launched a new promotion in which subscribers can get a WiFi modem plus three months' subscription for only SR555.Subscribers can renew their subscriptions after the first three months had elapsed for only SR199 a month, or another SR555 for another three months.
Verizon Business said that the network service it would provide under the agreement range from individual circuits to fully managed transmission services, for bandwidth ranging from 64 Kbps (kilobits per second) to 10G wavelength over fibre or satellite, or both.
But its own PHS lines only allow a maximum speed of just 800 kilobits per second, making the transmission of images and other large files difficult.
Responses reflect weighted averages in kilobits per student, based on district enrollment of all surveyed technology directors,
It provides average download speeds of 600 kilobits per second (kbps) to 1.4 megabits per second (mbps), and average upload speeds of 500-800 kbps.
Also the chip has a storage capacity ranging from 256 kilobits to 4 megabits in working prototypes.
EVDO: This is the long-awaited broadband wireless standard called Evolution Data Optimized that will allow you to stream data (music and video, for instance) to your cell phone at about 400 kilobits per second.