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valmach

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Jitter?
« on: March 06, 2008, 06:28:12 am »
Assume all packet sizes are the same. You have a switch with 6 populated ports, and the switch service rate is 1 packet every 50us, and the switch is using Fair Queuing. On the first pass only port 1 and 5 transmits a packet. On the second pass all 6 ports transmit a packet.  On the third pass after port 1 transmits its packet, how much jitter was introduced between port 1s second packet and third packet if the normal average inter-packet jitter is 50us for port 1?

 


mwdmeyer

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Re: Jitter?
« Reply #1 on: March 06, 2008, 11:36:16 pm »
Why don't you just do your own homework?

sarafoster

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Re: Jitter?
« Reply #2 on: August 28, 2009, 05:23:33 pm »
For example: The first packet arrives at 00:00:01 (1s delay), the second arrives at 00:00:15 (5-s delay), and the third arrives at 00:00:01, it will finish at 00:00:11. However, the next packet has not yet arrived, it arrives 4 s later. This phenomenon is called Jitter.
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