Re: [GnomeMeeting-list] The Jitter buffer got it

     Thankx for Damien. I thought that jitter is a buffer to store all
the packets. But now it seems that it is measure similar to time to
live(TTL) (but not exactly the same). Am I correct :).
					Murugesan N

murugesan <murugesan visolve com>

On Thu, 2003-06-05 at 19:29, Damien Sandras wrote:
> Le jeu 05/06/2003 à 15:54, murugesan a écrit :
> >              How is that? Assume that I am having a bad network delay
> > and I have some fixed jitter buffer.For bad network delay, it may take
> > more time to fill the buffer and less time to fill it for the other
> > case. Then how comes the matter of jitter buffer size.Irrespective of
> > the size of jitter buffer, delay will be there in a highly congested 
> > network.
> I'm not sure you understood correctly, so I'll explain things in another
> way.
> Imagine you have a network for which many packets arrive out of order
> and that it takes 200ms approximatively to get all packets and be able
> to play them. If you the jitter is < 200 ms, the voice will be
> scrambled, if the jitter is > 200 ms, you will just have enough time to
> put things in the right order.
> Theorically you can always put a jitter big enough to be able to have a
> correct voice quality, but a delay of more than 500ms is not acceptable.

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