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I have already referred this link :

https://gateoverflow.in/14345/what-does-it-mean-when-the-propagation-delay-is-given-in-bits

But I m not getting why are we saying bit times for propogation delay , it should be transmission time because bits/ bandwidth = transimission time .

Please explain precisely .

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Whenever propogation delay given in bit times:-  it means time taken to transmit these many bits over channel.
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