Are the units in these formulas correct?
Tc (seconds) = Bc (bits) / CIR (bits per second) Tc (milliseconds) = Tc (seconds) * 1000 Bc (bits) = Tc (seconds) * CIR (bits per second) CIR (bits per second) / Tc (seconds)
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All the units you mentioned is correct except the value of Tc(ms). It is creating confusion for layman like me :). You can write this as below :-
So Tc(ms) = [Bc(bits) / CIR (bits per second)] / 1000 -- > This makes sense that now Bc(bits) / CIR (bits per second) will give value in seconds which then divided by 1000 will produce value in ms.