On 05/18/2012 12:51 PM, Steve Edwards wrote:
On Fri, 18 May 2012, Dave Platt wrote:A maximum jitter of 230 milliseconds looks pretty horrendous to me. This is going to cause really serious audio stuttering on the receiving side, and/or will force the use of such a long "jitter buffer" by the receiver that the audio will suffer from an infuriating amount of delay. Even a local call would sound as if it's coming from overseas via a satellite-radio link.Won't a cell-to-cell call experience delays in the 300ms range? Many moons ago I remember listening with a cell while tapping on the table with another cell and being stunned with the magnitude of the delay and that most people manage to carry on conversations without noticing.
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