How many kilobyte in 1 kilobit?
The answer is 0.1220703125.
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The main non-SI unit for computer data storage is the byte.
1 byte is equal to 0.0009765625 kilobyte, or 0.008 kilobit.
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››Quick conversion chart of kilobyte to kilobit

1 kilobyte to kilobit = 8.192 kilobit

5 kilobyte to kilobit = 40.96 kilobit

10 kilobyte to kilobit = 81.92 kilobit

15 kilobyte to kilobit = 122.88 kilobit

20 kilobyte to kilobit = 163.84 kilobit

25 kilobyte to kilobit = 204.8 kilobit

30 kilobyte to kilobit = 245.76 kilobit

40 kilobyte to kilobit = 327.68 kilobit

50 kilobyte to kilobit = 409.6 kilobit

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A kilobyte is a unit of information or computer storage equal to 1024 bytes, assuming a binary system. This is not a standard SI definition, which would use kibibyte to represent 1024 bytes. However, most people have requested the more common usage, so the non-SI version is used on this site.

››Definition: Kilobit

The kilobit is a multiple of the unit bit for digital information or computer storage.

1 kilobit = 1000 bits.

Using the common byte size of 8 bits, 1 kbit is equal to 125 bytes.

Note this is different from the kibibit, which is 1024 bits.

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