Convert from Bit (bits) to GigaBit (Gbit)

On this page you can perform the conversion of units of Bit (bits) to GigaBit (Gbit)

Information on conversion units:

About Bit (bits):

The bit, its symbol b (lowercase letter b), is a unit of measurement used in the binary system to store or transmit data, such as the speed of an Internet connection or the quality scale of an audio or video recording.

A bit is generally represented with two values, a 0 or a 1, although it can also be interpreted with other values ​​such as yes/no, true/false, plus/minus, etc. Saying that 8 bits make 1 byte.

A bit is one of the fundamental units used in computer technology, information technology, digital communication, as well as for storing, processing, and transmitting various types of data.

Note: Do not confuse Bit with Byte, (8 Bits = 1 Byte).

About GigaBit (Gbit):

The Gigabit, symbolized by Gbit (lowercase "bit" letters), is a unit of measurement for data transfer or storage, which is equal to 1,000,000,000 bits or 109 bits.

The Gigabit is a commonly used unit to estimate the speed of a local area network (LAN) connection or to measure data transfer between two nodes or servers.

Note: Do not confuse Gigabit with Gigabyte, (1 Gigabit = 0.11641532182693481 Gigabyte).

Bit (bits) vs GigaBit (Gbit)

Bit (bits) GigaBit (Gbit)
100 bits (base 10) 109 bits (base 10)
1,0000 bits 10003 bits
1 bit 1,000,000,000 bits
20 bits (base 2) 20 x 109 bits (base 2)
1/8 bytes 1,000,000,000/8 bytes
0.125 bytes 125,000,000 bytes

Conversion formula to go from Bit (bits) to GigaBit (Gbit)

GigaBit (Gbit) = Bit (bits) * (1000-3)

Conversion table from Bit (bits) to GigaBit (Gbit)

Bit (bits) GigaBit (Gbit)