kilobyte


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kilobyte (K, kb)

[kil′ə-bīt]
one thousand (or, more precisely, 1024) bytes.
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So the 1,024 kilobytes (1 megabyte) that you see in Figure 1 was pretty much it.
A document that takes up 20 kilobytes when scanned may actually contain less than two kilobytes of useful information.
When expanded memory hardware and software device drivers are present, AT-class machines have access to extended memory and PCs can access unused higher conventional memory above 640 kilobytes.
Be sure the laptop has at least 128 kilobytes of cache memory--256 is better.
Applications then have more of the original 640 kilobytes of RAM to use, making them faster and more reliable.
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MAR series of 2G and 3G SIM cards available with EEPROM memory from 32 kilobytes to 1 megabyte complying with 3GPP Release 5 and Release 6 specifications.
At the Cartes 2000 exhibition, Bull (Paris Bourse: 52 60 BUL) announced the SIM ROCK card which, with 64 kilobytes of memory, has the biggest storage capacity on today's market.
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