1.544 Mebabits per second is 154 Kilobytes per second.
Also, don't count on that amount... it's just the capacity...
Queuing theory holds that you will never maintain 100% use of any service
capacity... Once you get past about 50% of your available capacity, you will
begin to experience delays, beyond 80% these delays become excessive...
beyond 90%... almost impossible.
Hope this helps,
----- Original Message -----
From: David Payer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 03, 2000 19:34
Subject: Re: [NTISP] Conversion from Bit to byte
> T1 1.54 megabit/sec
> In 8 seconds it will have 1.54 megabytes travel across it.
> David Payer
> > So a T-1 equals 1544 bits?
> > So a 1megabyte file would take roughly one minute and 28 seconds to
> > download, correct?
> > I know I am getting confused somewhere here, could someone help me out?
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