# Kyle's Converter

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### Convert Kilobits (binary) to:

#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Bits**- A bit is the basic unit of computer memory typically having a value of either 0 or 1.

#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Bytes**- A byte contains eight bits. Commonly used as the base of other units like the Megabyte as the byte was typically the smallest addressable block of computer memory because it would encode a single character.

#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Exabits**- An exabit (decimal) contains 1000
^{6}bits. This is the common usage compared to an exabit (binary) or a exbibit that contains 1024^{6}bits.

- An exabit (decimal) contains 1000
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Exabits (binary)**- An exabit (binary) contains 1024
^{6}bits, this is the same as an exbibit. It is similar but not equal to the common exabit (decimal) that contains 1000^{6}bits.

- An exabit (binary) contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Exabytes**- An exibyte (decimal) contains 1000
^{6}bytes. This is the common usage compared to an exibyte (binary) or a exbibyte that contains 1024^{6}bytes.

- An exibyte (decimal) contains 1000
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Exabytes (binary)**- An exabyte (binary) contains 1024
^{6}bytes, this is the same as an exbibyte. It is similar but not equal to the common exabyte (decimal) that contains 1000^{6}bytes.

- An exabyte (binary) contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Exbibits**- An exbibit contains 1024
^{6}bits, this is the same as a binary exabit. It is similar but not equal to the common exabit (decimal) that contains 1000^{6}bits.

- An exbibit contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Exbibytes**- An exbibyte contains 1024
^{6}bytes, this is the same as a binary exabyte. It is similar but not equal to the common exabyte (decimal) that contains 1000^{6}bytes.

- An exbibyte contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Gibibits**- A gibibit contains 1024
^{3}bits, this is the same as a binary gigabit. It is similar but not equal to the common gigabit (decimal) that contains 1000^{3}bits.

- A gibibit contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Gibibytes**- A gibibyte contains 1024
^{3}bytes, this is the same as a binary gigabyte. It is similar but not equal to the common gigabyte (decimal) that contains 1000^{3}bytes.

- A gibibyte contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Gigabits**- A gigabit (decimal) contains 1000
^{3}bits. This is the common usage compared to a gigabit (binary) or a gibibit that contains 1024^{3}bits.

- A gigabit (decimal) contains 1000
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Gigabits (binary)**- A gigabit (binary) contains 1024
^{3}bits, this is the same as a gigibit. It is similar but not equal to the common gigabit (decimal) that contains 1000^{3}bits.

- A gigabit (binary) contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Gigabytes**- A gigabyte (decimal) contains 1000
^{3}bytes. This is the common usage compared to a gigabyte (binary) or a gibibyte that contains 1024^{3}bytes.

- A gigabyte (decimal) contains 1000
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Gigabytes (binary)**- A gigabyte (binary) contains 1024
^{3}bytes, this is the same as a gibibyte. It is similar but not equal to the common gigabyte (decimal) that contains 1000^{3}bytes.

- A gigabyte (binary) contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Kibibits**- A kibibit contains 1024 bits, this is the same as a binary kilobit. It is similar but not equal to the common kilobit (decimal) that contains 1000 bits.

#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Kibibytes**- A kibibyte contains 1024 bytes, this is the same as a binary kilobyte. It is similar but not equal to the common kilobyte (decimal) that contains 1000 bytes.

#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Kilobits**- A kilobit (decimal) contains 1000 bits. This is the common usage compared to a kilobit (binary) or a kibibit that contains 1024 bits.

#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Kilobytes**- A kilobyte (decimal) contains 1000 bytes. This is the common usage compared to a kilobyte (binary) or a kibibyte that contains 1024 bytes.

#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Kilobytes (binary)**- A Kilobyte (binary) contains 1024 bytes, this is the same as a kibibyte. It is similar but not equal to the common Kilobyte (decimal) that contains 1000 bytes.

#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Mebibits**- A mebibit contains 1024
^{2}bits, this is the same as a binary megabit. It is similar but not equal to the common megabit (decimal) that contains 1000^{2}bits.

- A mebibit contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Mebibytes**- A mebibyte contains 1024
^{2}bytes, this is the same as a binary megabyte. It is similar but not equal to the common megabyte (decimal) that contains 1000^{2}bytes.

- A mebibyte contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Megabits**- A megabit (decimal) contains 1000
^{2}bits. This is the common usage compared to a megabit (binary) or a mebibit that contains 1024^{2}bits.

- A megabit (decimal) contains 1000
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Megabits (binary)**- A megabit (binary) contains 1024
^{2}bits, this is the same as a mebibit. It is similar but not equal to the common megabit (decimal) that contains 1000^{2}bits.

- A megabit (binary) contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Megabytes**- A megabyte (decimal) contains 1000
^{2}bytes. This is the common usage compared to a megabyte (binary) or a mebibyte that contains 1024^{2}bytes.

- A megabyte (decimal) contains 1000
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Megabytes (binary)**- A megabyte (binary) contains 1024
^{2}bytes, this is the same as a mebibyte. It is similar but not equal to the common megabyte (decimal) that contains 1000^{2}bytes.

- A megabyte (binary) contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Nibbles**- A nibble is 4 bits. The name nibble is a play on the word byte as a nibble represents half a byte, a byte being 8 bits.

#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Pebibits**- A pebibit contains 1024
^{5}bits, this is the same as a binary petabit. It is similar but not equal to the common petabit (decimal) that contains 1000^{5}bits.

- A pebibit contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Pebibytes**- A pebibyte contains 1024
^{5}bytes, this is the same as a binary petabyte. It is similar but not equal to the common petabyte (decimal) that contains 1000^{5}bytes.

- A pebibyte contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Petabits**- A petabit (decimal) contains 1000
^{5}bits. This is the common usage compared to a petabit (binary) or a pebibit that contains 1024^{5}bits.

- A petabit (decimal) contains 1000
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Petabits (binary)**- A petabit (binary) contains 1024
^{5}bits, this is the same as a pebibit. It is similar but not equal to the common petabit (decimal) that contains 1000^{5}bits.

- A petabit (binary) contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Petabytes**- A petabyte (decimal) contains 1000
^{5}bytes. This is the common usage compared to a petabyte (binary) or a pebibyte that contains 1024^{5}bytes.

- A petabyte (decimal) contains 1000
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Petabytes (binary)**- A petabyte (binary) contains 1024
^{5}bytes, this is the same as a pebibyte. It is similar but not equal to the common petabyte (decimal) that contains 1000^{5}bytes.

- A petabyte (binary) contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Semi-Nibbles**- A semi-nibble is a rarely used unit representing half a nibble or two bits.

#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Tebibits**- A tebibit contains 1024
^{4}bits, this is the same as a binary terabit. It is similar but not equal to the common terabit (decimal) that contains 1000^{4}bits.

- A tebibit contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Tebibytes**- A tebibyte contains 1024
^{4}bytes, this is the same as a binary terabyte. It is similar but not equal to the common terabyte (decimal) that contains 1000^{4}bytes.

- A tebibyte contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Terabits**- A terabit (decimal) contains 1000
^{4}bits. This is the common usage compared to a terabit (binary) or a tebibit that contains 1024^{4}bits.

- A terabit (decimal) contains 1000
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Terabits (binary)**- A terabit (binary) contains 1024
^{4}bits, this is the same as a tebibit. It is similar but not equal to the common terabit (decimal) that contains 1000^{4}bits.

- A terabit (binary) contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Terabytes**- A terabyte (decimal) contains 1000
^{4}bytes. This is the common usage compared to a terabyte (binary) or a tebibyte that contains 1024^{4}bytes.

- A terabyte (decimal) contains 1000
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Terabytes (binary)**- A terabyte (binary) contains 1024
^{4}bytes, this is the same as a tebibyte. It is similar but not equal to the common terabyte (decimal) that contains 1000^{4}bytes.

- A terabyte (binary) contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Yobibits**- A yobibit contains 1024
^{8}bits, this is the same as a binary yottabit. It is similar but not equal to the common yottabit (decimal) that contains 1000^{8}bits.

- A yobibit contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Yobibytes**- A yobibyte contains 1024
^{8}bytes, this is the same as a binary yottabyte. It is similar but not equal to the common yottabyte (decimal) that contains 1000^{8}bytes.

- A yobibyte contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Yottabits**- A yottabit (decimal) contains 1000
^{8}bits. This is the common usage compared to a yottabit (binary) or a yobibit that contains 1024^{8}bits.

- A yottabit (decimal) contains 1000
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Yottabits (binary)**- A yottabit (binary) contains 1024
^{8}bits, this is the same as a yobibit. It is similar but not equal to the common yottabit (decimal) that contains 1000^{8}bits.

- A yottabit (binary) contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Yottabytes**- A yottabyte (decimal) contains 1000
^{8}bytes. This is the common usage compared to a yottabyte (binary) or a yobibyte that contains 1024^{8}bytes.

- A yottabyte (decimal) contains 1000
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Yottabytes (binary)**- A yottabyte (binary) contains 1024
^{8}bytes, this is the same as a yobibyte. It is similar but not equal to the common yottabyte (decimal) that contains 1000^{8}bytes.

- A yottabyte (binary) contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Zebibits**- A zebibit contains 1024
^{7}bits, this is the same as a binary zettabit. It is similar but not equal to the common zettabit (decimal) that contains 1000^{7}bits.

- A zebibit contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Zebibytes**- A zebibyte contains 1024
^{7}bytes, this is the same as a binary zettabyte. It is similar but not equal to the common zettabyte (decimal) that contains 1000^{7}bytes.

- A zebibyte contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Zettabits**- A zettabit (decimal) contains 1000
^{7}bits. This is the common usage compared to a zettabit (binary) or a zebibit that contains 1024^{7}bits.

- A zettabit (decimal) contains 1000
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Zettabits (binary)**- A zettabit (binary) contains 1024
^{7}bits, this is the same as a zebibit. It is similar but not equal to the common zettabit (decimal) that contains 1000^{7}bits.

- A zettabit (binary) contains 1024
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Zettabytes**- A zettabyte (decimal) contains 1000
^{7}bytes. This is the common usage compared to a zettabyte (binary) or a zebibyte that contains 1024^{7}bytes.

- A zettabyte (decimal) contains 1000
#### Kilobits (binary) to

**Zettabytes (binary)**- A zettabyte (binary) contains 1024
^{7}bytes, this is the same as a zebibyte. It is similar but not equal to the common zettabyte (decimal) that contains 1000^{7}bytes.

- A zettabyte (binary) contains 1024