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Data Transfer in 10G refer to......?

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Guru59

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Hi all.........

Data Transfer in 10G refer to....

10 Giga Bytes per second (or)

10 Giga Bits per second....


Thanks.........
 

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In almost all protocols I can think of ... it is gigabits...
 

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Data transfer would generally be in bits, and storage in bytes.
 

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10G bps : 10 giga bit per second...
Since 1 bit is carried by one symbol, 10G also refer to the baud rate: 10 giga symbol per second.
 

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darylz said:
10G bps : 10 giga bit per second...
Since 1 bit is carried by one symbol, 10G also refer to the baud rate: 10 giga symbol per second.
10 GBps is bit rate.
how can it be equal to baud rate....?
baud rate is the no of signal changes per second right...?
 

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