It has been offered that: "8000000000 bits are there in 1000Mbps." However, this is not correct. Each M is 1,000,000 bits, so 1,000 M is 1,000 x 1,000,000 or 1,000,000,000 bits per second. Be careful if talking about MBytes of memory, which is 8 times as many bits. Thus, to transmit 1MB of memory at 1 Mbps would take at least 8 seconds (not including protocol overhead and errors requiring retransmission).
96,000 bits However, in Kilobytes (KB), there would be 98304 bits.
one kilobit or k is 1024 bits
-128 to +127 is the range of bits 256 is how many samples there are in 8 bits
two thousand bits No, there are 8 bits in a byte.
It has 0 encrypted bits and 72 decrypted bits.
One thousand bits = one thousand bits.
Your bits are soft
8192 bits in 1kb
8 bits to a byte.
eight bits are in a dollar