A network's bandwidth is the maximum number of bits that can be transmitted over the wire in one second. Bandwidth decides how much traffic a network can carry. The bandwidth depends on the physical wire itself and on whatever network device is used.
Bandwidth is the amount of information that can be transmitted in a given amount of time through a network connection. Bandwidth is usually measured in bits per second(bps) or cycles per second(Hz).
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