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Baud is a measure of speed in sending or receiving data over telephone wires. It is named after Émile Baudot, the inventor of the baudot code. Baud equals the number of binary units of information per second.

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1200 baud means that approximately 1200 bits of data per second can be sent. 1200 baud is approximately 120 characters per second.

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