What unit is "data transmission speed" measured in?

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Data transmission speed is usually measured in multiples of the unit, bit per second (bps) or byte per second (Bps). It is the rate at which bits, characters or blocks, pass through equipment in a data transmission system.
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Speed is the rate of motion often expressed as distance d traveled per unit of time
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Crap. It seems Planck beat me to it. http://en.wikipedia.org/w. iki/Pla. We should've moved away from SI units a long time ago.
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Linear speed can be measured in many different ways, but always as a ratio of distance/time. What units you choose for describing distance and time depend upon what you're talking
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