# What is the commonly used unit for measuring the speed of data transmission? A) Bytes per second B) Baud C) Bits per second D) Both B and C

What is the commonly used unit for
measuring the speed of data
transmission?
A) Bytes per second
B) Baud
C) Bits per second
D) Both B and C

B) Baud

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