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f.mayer@web.de
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      05-05-2006
Hello,

in RFC-3550, page 33, I read that the interarrival jitter is measured
in timestamp units and expressed as an unsigned integer.

But what is the timestamp unit? Is it RTP timestamp or NTP timestamp?

Thanks in advance!
Franz

 
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artun
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      05-06-2006
It is RTP timestamp.
Refer to rfc3550, pg 14. It is also mentioned that timestamp is used to
measure the interarrival jitter...

 
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