End-to-end synchronization in packet switched networks
The provision of real time services through a Packet Switched Network, requires the adoption of end-to-end synchronization methods. Several of these methods, are compared and a specific hardware solution is discussed. Results obtained through a specially designed Simulation Programme are included, for several network time delay jitter distributions and synchronization methods. These results are used to evaluate systems and design parameters.
KeywordsOutput Frequency Synchronization Method Delay Jitter Packet Switch Network Circuit Emulation
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