As john says, but only in a way.
If you want to measure the data
speed then that is all there is to do.
But if you want to compare the speed to a sync speed or IP Profile then No
. Or "Maybe not"
File sizes are measured as 1K bytes = 1024 bytes and 1MB = 1024KB. Other than tbb speed test, (possibly Ookla as well?), transmission speeds are 1Kbps = 1000bps and 1Mbps = 1000Kbps. (The speed test and graph bars in tbbMeter use 1000).
ADSLx IP Profiles seem to use 1000, but Openreach are saying something about the publicised speeds on FTTC being data speeds. The exact meaning of that is still a bit unclear to me, especially as the top IP profile is 38717Mbps at a high 30s Mbps sync.
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