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RE: stds-802-16: QoS Classes
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Thanks Bill. The one-way delay we are assuming for IMT-2000 systems is about
100 ms and it is shown that there is no significant difference in the
overall quality or interruptability when the one-way delay transmission time
is maintained below 300ms. The exact partitioning of delay between various
systems have not been quantified for IMT-2000 yet. May be we should come
up with for BWA as you had started in your last contribution.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Myers, William K. [SMTP:WMyers@spectrapoint.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, July 27, 1999 1:31 PM
> To: 'IEEE 802.16'
> Subject: stds-802-16: QoS Classes
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> Ref: 802.16sc-99/28, good writeup Arun. I like the idea of aligning the
> definitions. Do you have a suggested partitionioning of delay for the
> wireless access link we are specifying?
> Would the codec, echo cancellor, protocol stack, and jitter buffer add up
> about 50 ms for G.729 codec over IP? I assume that MAC is responsible for
> the jitter buffer.
> By the way, the SYSREQ comment you posted to the net on 7/22 was not
> readable, like it was in binary in place of txt. You may want to resend
> in text form.