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radiolink fine tune
« on: 2016-08-04, 11:20:15 »

I have setup a remoterig link between my house and our ed3x contest station

The remote side is in the middle of a rural zone
There is an internet connection provided by a radiolink.
The bandwith should be: 2mb uplink / 10mb downlink
At home I have 30/300 fiber link

Audio transmission is great
Audio reception is 90% ok but I n otece some short cuts every 10 to 15 seconds
I have been adjunsting jitter settings and this is the best I am able to obtain as far as I know
Current vaues are:

Audio quality: 2- Linear 16 bits 8 khz  (going to 0 -  Alwa 8 khz doesn't improves it)
Rx jitter buffer size: 10
Rx jitter delay: 3
Audio packet size: 20 ms

Both sides

Can you advice me about a nore "scientific" method of getting to the best situation?

I suspect that the "little" problem is caused by the jitter introduced by the 2mb uplink of the radiolink

Thanks  in advance



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Re: radiolink fine tune
« Reply #1 on: 2016-08-04, 11:35:23 »
when adjusting the jitter settings increase the jitterbuffer delay also to just lower than the buffer size

8 and 10 as example

73 de mike