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Max (jnet)= c fs, thenj,,, = 0 ii. max (jnet)>fs,then jbuf = max (inet) -fs You only need thedejitter buffer when the jitter on the networkis greater than the frame size. The PSTN has a typical network delay of about 75ms for 6,000 miles; the networkjitter is almost zerobecause the resources on the network are allocated end-to-end for the transmission of voice. The end-toend delay in the telephone systemshould be less than 100 ms. On. the Internet, the end-to-end delay and jitter depends on whetherthe is lightly loaded, highly loaded, or just outright congested.
If the padding bit is set, the last P packet contains the count of the numberof redundant bytes at the end of the RTP packetto be ignored. ~xtension(one bit). This field extends the RTP header. Some impl~mentationsuse this for experimentation purposes. Other implementations that are not awareof the specifics of the extension can ignore it. If this field is set, the header is extended by two more fields: Defined By Profile and Length. The Extension fieldis normally set to zero (its use is rare).
TCP receivers reorder out-of-order data and discard duplicate data. All TCP packets have a checksumthat the receiver canuse in order to detect errors. The rate increases whenthe network has the capacity and decreases when itdetects con UDP, on the other hand, is a simple datagram-orientedprotocol thatdoes not provide any of the functionality that TGP provides. UDPdoes not guarantee to the application that thesent packet will arrive at its ~estination. If a guarantee is required, then you can implement a procedure similar to TCP in the application itself.