What is Data Signaling Rate in Computer?

    1. Data signaling rate refers to the speed at which data signals are transmitted inside a computer system.
    2.  It is the amount of data that passes through a given point along a data transmission path within a given time.
    3. Computers have different data transmission paths and protocol that include;
        1. SATA
        2. PCI Express (PCIe)
        3. USB
    4. These transmission paths are also known as buses.
    5. SATA mainly transmits data in and out of hard disc drives, while PCI Express (PCIe) transmits data in and out of solid-state discs.
    6. USB Type-C for instance has a signaling rate of 5Gbps (Gigabit per second).


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