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The absolute time it takes for packets to arrive at their destination is called latency. Jitter is the relative difference between those times. The distinction is important, because due to a fortunate quirk of the math, you don't actually need to know the latency in order to calculate the jitter. Let's say the sender's clock is t milliseconds faster than ...



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