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1932, originally a unit of speed in telegraphy, coined in French in 1929 in honor of French inventor and engineer Jean-Maurice-Émile Baudot (1845-1903), who designed a telegraph printing system.
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Baud is a unit of signaling speed. The speed in bauds is the number of discrete changes per second in some aspect of a signal (e.g., voltage in a wire). Transmission speeds are now more commonly measu [..]
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A unit of signaling speed that is the number of signal events per second. Depending on the number of bits per signal event, the baud rate can be different from the bit rate. In modern systems, a signa [..]
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  Baud - Unit of signaling speed in a communications system. Not to be confused with bps. One baud means one signal element transmitted per second. A signal element may contain zero, one or more than [..]
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Copyright by Matisse "Baud" Enzer -->In common usage the "baud" of a modem is how many bits it can send or receive per second. Technically, baud is the number of times per secon [..]
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Baud is the number of thime per second that a medem converts digital signals to analog sounds, so that it can transfer information over an analog telephone line.
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This is a measurement of the amount of data that can be transferred in one second. Example: A 14.4 baud modem can transfer 14,400 bits of information in one second.
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Unit of signaling speed equal to the number of discrete signal elements transmitted per second. Baud is synonymous with bits per second (bps), if each signal element represents exactly 1 bit.
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Rate of transmission speed in a signal - the number of changes of state, such as voltage or frequency, per second in a signal. Named for the French teleprinter inventor Baudot. In simplest systems, it [..]
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The signalling rate of a line. It's the switching speed, or number of transitions [voltage or frequency change] made per second. At low speeds bauds are equal to bits per seconds; e.g., 300 baud [..]
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A unit of modulation rate. Note: One baud corresponds to a rate of one unit interval per second, where the modulation rate is expressed as the reciprocal of the duration in seconds of the shortest uni [..]
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/bawd/ [simplified from its technical meaning] n. Bits per second. Hence kilobaud or Kbaud, thousands of bits per second. The technical meaning is `level transitions per second'; this coincides w [..]
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WebGuest Dictionary The Baud rate refers to the speed of a modem  . Although not technically accurate, baud rate is commonly used to mean bit rate (the number of bits transmitted per second) (see bps ).
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Pronounced bawd, the number of signaling elements that occur each second. The term is named after J.M.E. Baudot, the inventor of the Baudot telegraph code. At slow speeds, only one bit of information [..]
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A measure of the speed of transmission of data; the number of elements transmitted per second.
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Originally, a unit of telegraph signaling speed (one Morse code dot per second) proposed in 1927 at the International Telegraph Conference and named after the French engineer Jean-Maurice-Emile Baudot [..]
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Unit of modulation speed corresponding to a unit interval testing one second. (IEV 5550 20)
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The speed of a modem, or other serial device, attached to and communicating with a computer. Specifically, the number of times per second a communications channel changes the carrier signal it sends o [..]
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A unit of measure for data transmission rate expressed in bits per second.
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A unit of measurement that denotes the number of bits that can be transmitted per second. For example, if a modem is rated at 9600 baud it is capable of transmitting data at a rate of 9600 bits per second. The term was derived from the name of J.M.E. Baudot, a French pioneer in the field of printing telegraphy.
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The baud rate of a modem is how many bits it can send or receive per second. See Also: Bit, Modem
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A unit of measurement at which data can be transferred (i.e. the baud rate), for example over a telephone line via a Modem or from a computer to an external device such as a Printer. Rarely used nowad [..]
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A measure of data transmission speed. At low speeds, baud is equal to the bits transmitted per second (bps). At higher speeds, one baud can represent more than one bit.
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A unit of communications processing speed in digital data communications systems. The speed in baud is the number of discrete conditions of signal events per second. If each signal event represents on [..]
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The speed of a modem. The figure is close to, but not the same as the number of bits per second that the modem will send or receive.
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In common usage the baud rate of a modem is how many bits it can send or receive per second. Technically, baud is the number of times per second that the carrier signal shifts value - for example a 12 [..]
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Pronounced "bod".  The speed at which data is transferred. For example a 28,800 baud modem can send or receive approximately 28,800 characters (bits) a second.
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measures how fast a modem changes the sounds it uses to encode information to another modem. Since it can encode several bits of information per sound, the Baud rate is usually much slower than the BP [..]
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baud is essentially the rate at which bits are transmitted over a communication link. Baud is the number of transitions (used to encode bits) that take place in one second. However, since such single [..]
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Modem speed measurement of one signal per second. 300 baud = 300 bits per second, but higher than 300 baud one signal may contain more than one bit.
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In common usage the baud rate of a modem is how many bits it can send or receive per second. Technically, baud is the number of times per second that the carrier signal shifts value - for example a 12 [..]
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A measure of communications speed, used typically for modems indicating how many bits per second can be transmitted.
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In common usage the baud rate of a modem is how many bits it can send or recieve per second. Technically, baud is the number of times per second that the carrier signal shifts value, for example, a 12 [..]
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In common usage the baud rate of a modem is how many bits it can send or receive per second. Technically, baud is the number of times per second that the carrier signal shifts value – for example a [..]
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The number of symbols per second sent over a channel.
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The rate per second at which, e.g. a modem, can transmit groups of binary digits. Example, a dial-up modem operating at 14,400 baud and sending 4 bits per baud transition would transmit 57,600 bits pe [..]
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Bits At Unit Density. In common usage, the "baud rate" of a modem is how many bits it can send or receive per second. Technically, baud is the number of times per second that the carrier signal shifts value. For example, a 1,200 bit-per-second modem actually runs at 300 baud, but it moves four bits per baud (4 x 300 = 1,200 bits p [..]
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A unit of data transmission speed, or the maximum speed at which data can be sent down a channel. Baud is often equivalent to bits per second.  
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A gauge to measure the speed at which a modem communicates. Synonymous with "bits per second" (bps); e.g., 14,400bps = 14,400baud.
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(n) (computer science) a data transmission rate (bits/second) for modems
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The speed of a modem. Specifically, the number of times per second a communications channel changes the carrier signal it sends on the phone line. A 2400-baud modem changes the signal 2400 times a second. Baud is often confused with bits per second (bps). They are technically different measurements.
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The number of bits transmitted per second. This unit of measure is pretty accurate for lower data transfer rates. As the rates get faster, (over 1,200 bits per second), the accuracy drops. At higher b [..]
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A unit of measure of transmission speed. Named after J.M.E. Baudot (1845-1903), French engineer. Originally baud was used for telegraph transmissions, and meant one Morse code dot per second. Baud is [..]
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Unit of signaling speed. The speed in baud is the number of discrete conditions or signal events per second. If each signal event represents only one bit, the baud rate i [..]
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A unit of measurement that denotes the number of bits that can be transmitted per second. For example, if a modem is rated at 9600 baud it is capable of transmitting data at a rate of 9600 bits per se [..]
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The baud rate is how many bits can be sent or received per second.
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Baud (Bd) is a data transmission unit that shows how many signaling elements or symbol changes (electronic state change) are sent per second in a line code or a digitally modulated signal. It is not t [..]
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The number of discrete signaling events that occur each second in a digitally modulated transmission. The term is named after Jean-Maurice-Emile Baudot, the inventor of the Baudot telegraph code. At s [..]
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The number of signals that can be sent over a data channel per second. The term 'baud' is named after the inventor of the Baudot telegraph code, J.M.E. Baudot.
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The number of times per second a communication transmission changes the carrier signal. A 2400-baud modem changes the signal 2400 times a second. Baud is technically not the same as bits per second (b [..]
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Baud was the prevalent measure for data transmission speed until replaced by a more accurate term, bps (bits per second).
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A recess in the shore, on an inlet of a sea or lake between two capes or headlands, that may vary greatly in size but is usually smaller than a gulf but larger than a cove.
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A measurement of data transmission speed based on the number of code elements or units per second.
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A measurement of signaling speed of a data transmission device Baud rate does not equal bits per second.
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1. A unit of modulation rate. Note: One baud corresponds to a rate of one unit interval per second, where the modulation rate is expressed as the reciprocal of the duration in seconds of the shortest unit interval. 2. A unit of signaling speed equal to the number of discrete signal conditions, variations, or events per second.
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A unit of signaling speed. A measurement of speed based on the number of code elements or units per second. Refer to Definition of Baud.
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(computing,telecommunications) A rate defined as the number of signalling events per second in a data transmission. (computing,informal) Synonym for bps (bits per second), regardless of how many s [..]
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