packet transmission

packet transmission

[′pak·ət tranz‚mish·ən]
(communications)
Transmission of standardized packets of data over transmission lines rapidly by networks of high-speed switching computers that have the message packets stored in fast-access core memory. Also known as packet switching.
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PacketLoad supports user plane packet transmission and reception services between any two nodes (GTP-U protocol entity) in UMTS (SGSN, GGSN, RNC), and LTE (SGW, PDNGW) networks.
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2) Delays in packet transmission, with packet arriving too late at the receiver to be played back.
17, defines a network protocol optimized for packet transmission in a resilient ring topology.
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