For an exam I am soon to sit there is a question I have no idea how to answer, it is in past papers but there is no explanation to work it out in our lecture slides. The question is:
A company requires high-quality video conferencing service. The holding times are between 1000 to 10000 seconds. The Burstiness is 3 and the average data rate is between 1.5 - 15 Mb/s. Calculate the peak source data rate.
I've looked around on the net for information relating to this but I can't find anything. Can anyone figure out the formula necessary for this question?
Holding time should not affect peak source rate. That data is just in there to trick you. For peak rate, you should use the worst case average of 15, so 45 would be the peak.
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