Re: High Loss% with ThumbDV on DMR
Tom McDermott <tom.n5eg@...>
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to figure out when arriving internet packets are too late and throw them away.
grow with time, and become unusable. Another approach is for the software to try
Brute force would be to just throttle the packets to the DV. But then the latency would
with it. The use of TCP to recover from lost packets causes a delay in the received
variable latency and variable packet loss. The software feeding a vocoder has to deal
Hi Tom,In my opinion this is not a hardware issue. The general problem is that the Internet has
What to do?
Real time media devices sometimes use a special protocol such as RTP / RTCP to
balance the tradeoff between loss rate and latency.
If the internet path from the source to the destination (involving a lot of connections,
routers, etc.) has loss and / or latency problems, that sort of has to be fixed first.
-- Tom, N5EG
On Thu, Jan 25, 2018 at 1:39 PM, <tcorcoran@...> wrote: