is being awarded an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for commercial INMARSAT-B high speed data leased service to provide up to 200 leased channels per month, for a data rate of up to128 kilobits per second per channel.
What does KBS stand for?
KBS stands for Kilobits per Second (computing statistic)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- Knorr-Bremse Rail Systems (UK)
- Kowloon Bay Refuse Transfer Station (Hong Kong)
- Kogarah Bay Radio Yacht Club (Australia)
- Keio Business School (Keio University; Japan)
- Kellogg Bird Sanctuary (Michigan State University)
- Kelly Benefit Strategies (Hunt Valley, MD)
- Kemmy Business School (Ireland)
- Kentucky Breakfast Stout (Founders Brewing Company beer)
- Key Business System
- Keystone Broadcasting System, Inc. (radio network)
- Klamath Blues Society (Klamath Falls, OR)
- Knowledge Based Search
- Knowledge Based Solution
- Knowledge Based System
- Koll Bren Schreiber Realty Advisors (Newport Beach, CA)
- Komatsu Business Support (Japan)
- Kommissie Buitenlandse Studerenden
- Konferencie Biskupov Slovenska (Slovak: Episcopal Conference of Slovakia)
- Korean Broadcasting System
- Kosovo Business Support
Samples in periodicals archive:
3G wireless technology can send a page to a wireless phone at 2,000 kilobits per second, compared to just 144 kilobits per second using second-generation wireless technology.
8 kilobits per second - the same speed as older fixed line modems.
BlackBerry users will benefit from peak speeds of 144 kilobits per second when browsing the Internet on their device.
The uplink typically offers users an average experience of 300 - 500 kilobits per second, bursting to 900 kilobits per second.
The new upload speed of 384 kilobits per second will be available for most new and existing DSL customers by Nov.
Powered by an Evolution-Data Optimized (EV-DO) third generation (3G) network, BroadbandAccess is the fastest commercially available high-speed wide-area wireless Internet access service available in the nation, with typical user speeds of 300-500 kilobits per second (kbps).
From there we step down the signal to a variable bit rate that can send 500 to 600 kilobits per second to broadband channels, transcoding from MPEG to broadband in real time.