usha kiran
describe the bandwidth delay problem?
By usha kiran in Networking on Jun 29 2011
  • sourav maity
    Jul, 2011 6

    Bandwidth delay problem :-

    In data communications, bandwidth-delay product refers to the product of a data link's capacity (in bits per second) and its end-to-end delay (in seconds). The result, an amount of data measured in bits (or bytes), is equivalent to the maximum amount of data on the network circuit at any given time, i.e. data that has been transmitted but not yet received. Sometimes it is calculated as the data link's capacity times its round trip time.

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