Rate Setting

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Rate Setting

The process of determining how much to charge for a product. Rate setting can be difficult. In rate setting, one usually considers expected expenses such as direct and indirect overhead and one's target profit. One may also consider other factors, such as competitors' prices. See also: Pricing strategy.
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In addition to 880 Mbps, other selectable rate settings include 110 Mbps, 440 Mbps and 660 Mbps.
TurboCom/95 Pro and the TurboExpress Port 920 can handle baud rate settings up to 921.
Extra-deep, 64-byte FIFOed character buffers and innovative, UART-assisted hardware flow control provide nearly complete immunity from UART overrun and queue overflow errors, even at a baud rate setting of 921.