Re: Question on the Maximum number of packets per second
Where, in the resolution that was passed in St Louis, was additional
compensation added to the rate adaptation to compensate for a system clock
running at +100PPM and a transmitter with another clock operating at
+20PPM? That is a total compensation delta between the MAC Client/RS and
the WIS of 120PPM. From what I understand, the current rate adaptation
scheme was based on the system clock and the WIS clock being the same.
At 09:21 AM 6/1/01 -0400, Tim Warland wrote:
>Stefan M. Wurster wrote:
>>with the only problem, that the +/-20ppm capable timing recovery of the
>>other end will not lock to my +/-100ppm offset data. This is the whole point
>>of Roy's discussion. We need to resolve this.
>The resolution from St. Louis specifically states that the transmitter
>shall operate within 20ppm. The receiver tolerance is unchanged at
>Tim Warland P.Eng.
>Hardware Design Engineer Broadband Products
>High Performance Optical Component Solutions
>Nortel Networks (613)765-6634