Encyclopedia > Dejitterizer

  Article Content


In telecommunication, a dejitterizer is a device that reduces jitter in a digital signal.

Note 1: A dejitterizer usually consists of an elastic buffer[?] in which the signal is temporarily stored and then retransmitted at a rate based on the average rate of the incoming signal.

Note 2: A dejitterizer is usually ineffective in dealing with low-frequency[?] jitter, such as waiting-time jitter[?].

Source: from Federal Standard 1037C

All Wikipedia text is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License

  Search Encyclopedia

Search over one million articles, find something about almost anything!
  Featured Article
TLAs from QAA to TZZ

... QMF[?] QMG[?] QMH[?] QMI[?] QMJ[?] QMK[?] QML[?] QMM[?] QMN[?] QMO[?] QMP[?] QMQ[?] QMR[?] QMS QMT[?] QMU[?] QMV[?] QMW[?] QMX[?] QMY[?] QMZ[?] QNA[?] QNB QNC[?] ...