Jitter and Latency. Two Business Broadband Terms You Should KnowSep 12 , 2018
Latency and jitter are terms that are frequently used to evaluate the quality of service (QoS) for a broadband internet network. Both are important QoS parameters for evaluating network performance, particularly for
Because of the varying delays within a broadband internet network, the time from when a packet is generated at the source until it is received at the receiver can fluctuate from packet to packet. This phenomenon is called jitter. For
Some business internet providers implemented their broadband network to only deliver a "best effort" transmission, which means the packet arrival timing could be out of sync with the original stream created at the source. As mentioned before, this makes it impossible to run
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