1 nibble equals to how many bits and bytes ?

1 Nibble = 4 Bits
1 nibble = 0.5 Bytes

A nibble has 16 potential values thanks to its four bits, which is the same as one hexadecimal digit. As a result, a nybble is also known as a “hex digit”. Because of the four bits that make up each nybble, nybbles are also referred to as “quadbits” in data transfers.

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