In computing, bandwidth is the maximum amount of data that can be transmitted across a given path in a fixed amount of time. Bandwidth can be expressed in either digital or analog forms.
For digital devices, it can be measured in data per second for example Megabits per second(Mbps) or A Kilobyte is a unit of measuring digital data as a multiple of the byte. This unit is the close equivalent of one thousand bytes and is symbolizes as K or KB. The naming convention is taken from the Base 10 definition where 1 KB = 1,000 bytes. When dealing with computer data and memory the more precise Base 2... More per second (KBps) and so on. When it comes to analog devices the bandwidth can be expressed as cycles per second or Hertz (Hz).