Quoted from:I try to normalize everything to the SI standard unit for data rate, bps (bits/second) (should it be b/s ?) and the pseudo-standard Mbps (which sometimes mean 1 000 000 bps but other times 1 048 576 bps). Other common units are Bytes/second (Bps or B/s; often incorrectly abbreviated bps; 1 B/s = 8 bps exactly) and Hz (a common 16-bit bus has a frequency of 8 MHz = 64 Mbps; a voice stream digitized by the phone company has a bandwidth of exactly 64 000 bps and roughly 4 KHz). As you can see, converting between Hz and bps is not trivial.
What is the basis of this relation?Simple 1 Hz = 2 bps. 1 bit is a half of period.
DenisMark said:Simple 1 Hz = 2 bps. 1 bit is a half of period.