Chip Webb, CTO from Anue Systems- a leader in test and measurement solutions, presented new ITU-T recommendations that relate to floor population metrics are emerging, including G.8260, G.8261.1 and G.8263. Network limits as well as slave tolerance limits are presented.
At the Workshop on Synchronization in Telecommunications Systems (WSTS in Broomfield, Colorado) was a call for improved testing standards, new models for supporting today’s network timing devices and new methods for reducing network errors, in a series of presentations
Network and wireless providers are under intense pressure to meet the demands for reliable information access with increased network bandwidth. This increasing demand requires network providers to ensure the accuracy of packet information shared across the network. Network “noise”, increased traffic and other factors can affect the ability of the network to accurately track data, resulting in a number of issues, such as lost or missing information or dropped calls on wireless networks.