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By vijaycz ·
I am intending firstly to build the attached photo of the network having 4 nodes as illustrated for any given values of link bit rates say 153kbit for all links UL and DL (the actual needed values will be changed later), delay of link say 2 ms for all links after building it successfully I need to calculate the following:

1- the average delay: by sending different bits and measuring the time taken to reach destination lets say the destination is the server then finding the average
2- the average jitter: measuring the the different in delay of the delayed bit then finding the average
3- the total throughput: which is the size of bits have been set on the time taken.

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by cmiller5400 In reply to Need experts advice

A question for an exam or paper...

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by robo_dev In reply to Need experts advice

1- the average delay:
The delay measurement would depend on whether you're measuring the reverse-reluctance using the grammel-spring method, or the positive lateral network capacitance using a stoichiometric Hexedecan-1 analyzer. (A hexedecan-1 analyzer is a useful tool).

The calculated mean delay based on the stated input values using the pareto-method is 80/20 times the maximum value or 42 kilo seconds (Ks). (at sea level)

2- the average jitter:
Here too, the measurement method is critical. While the calculated jitter in a purely-synchronized lateral phase shift network would be 42 milli-bars, the influence of lateral gluons or phase-shift capacitance would push that value higher, even into the range or 80-90 milli-bars. Based an the Farnsworth/Frye method, I calculated a value of 42 MbS.(millibars/sec) (at sea level)

3- the total throughput: The total throughput here would be in range of 40 to 50 kJ (killi-Joules), although a more closely calculated value is 42 Mb/S (milla-bars/sec). If the inductive-phase relationship was inverted, a throughput closer to 90 Mb/S could be attained. (at sea level)

Note: please think through these questions yourself. Do not, repeat, do not paste this answer into the courseware the same way you did when you copied/pasted this question into the TR forum. Your teacher would obviously think you cheated since most students are not aware of the effects of gluons and so forth.

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