Different people have different Internet speed connections. Which consists of different speed for instance, 1MB, 2MB, 4MB and so on? Now when we use internet for downloading or for surfing then how much speed or maximum speed do you expect during surfing or downloading. For this reason you should know about (Bit) and (Byte). We will have to resort to mathematics. (1MB=1024KB, 1Byte=8Bits).
Actual DSL Speed:
As you all know that downloading speed is in KB, kilo bytes. And we take the connection speed that is in Kilo Bytes from the service provider. Now convert Bits into Bytes. Then we will get actual speed. For that we will divide 1024 by 8. Then the result will be 128 KB. It means that 1MB connection will provide us maximum 128 KB speed. Thus 2MB connection will provide speed up to 256 KB, 4MB connection 512KB, 6MB connection provide 1024 respectively. If the actual speed is less that the reason of this problem will be line losses or distortion. I hope the DSL speed problem has been solved to some extent.
For more information to find out your DSL speed click this URL: http://www.speedtest.net.