http://www.archos.com/products/ah/archos_35_hc/index.html?country=us&lang=en
on Crave today and it looks like something I would use. If one of these was left running full-time for, say, a month, how much of my Xtra data limit would it use?
Sometimes I just sit and think. Other times I just sit.
Disrespective: If we are assuming 192kbps average bandwidth for a good internet radio stream then we can calculate:
192000 bps into 24 hours = 16588800000 bits per day.
Which also equates to:
2073600000 bytes
2073600 kilobytes
2073.6 megabytes
2.0736 gigabytes
So, just over 2GB per 24 hour period for a pretty high quality stream assuming my math is correct.
heavenlywild:Disrespective: If we are assuming 192kbps average bandwidth for a good internet radio stream then we can calculate:
192000 bps into 24 hours = 16588800000 bits per day.
Which also equates to:
2073600000 bytes
2073600 kilobytes
2073.6 megabytes
2.0736 gigabytes
So, just over 2GB per 24 hour period for a pretty high quality stream assuming my math is correct.
Dang, I am right on the mark then with my predictions:)
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trig42:heavenlywild:Disrespective: If we are assuming 192kbps average bandwidth for a good internet radio stream then we can calculate:
192000 bps into 24 hours = 16588800000 bits per day.
Which also equates to:
2073600000 bytes
2073600 kilobytes
2073.6 megabytes
2.0736 gigabytes
So, just over 2GB per 24 hour period for a pretty high quality stream assuming my math is correct.
Dang, I am right on the mark then with my predictions:)
huh? You said 2Gb per month. This one says 2Gb per day. bit of a difference.
simon14:>There is a good Android ap called TuneInRadio - it's free and lists NZ and international broadcasts.
Sometimes I just sit and think. Other times I just sit.
eracode:simon14:>There is a good Android ap called TuneInRadio - it's free and lists NZ and international broadcasts.
+1. It's brilliant. App available for iPad too.
networkn: Anyone know of a good online calculator where you can specify either the speed you are transferring data, and the time and get a total bandwidth used, or provide size of file and transfer rate and get time estimate back?
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heavenlywild:trig42:heavenlywild:Disrespective: If we are assuming 192kbps average bandwidth for a good internet radio stream then we can calculate:
192000 bps into 24 hours = 16588800000 bits per day.
Which also equates to:
2073600000 bytes
2073600 kilobytes
2073.6 megabytes
2.0736 gigabytes
So, just over 2GB per 24 hour period for a pretty high quality stream assuming my math is correct.
Dang, I am right on the mark then with my predictions:)
huh? You said 2Gb per month. This one says 2Gb per day. bit of a difference.
Opps my bad, where's my coffee?
2GB is a little excessive I think for just a day's use.
heavenlywild: My experience with internet radio has been around 25mb max per hour. So if you left it running every hour for 31 days, it's just under 2GB a month.