John Allen wrote:
> Surely its impossible for the baud rate to be lower than the bps rate?
>> If baud is a measure of the number of signal changes per second,
> how is it possible to send a bit without changing the signal,
> whether FM, or AM?
nope, that's correct. this web page will explain more:
(google rules! "baud bps different")
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