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In Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technologies, jitter refers to a delay in receiving a voice data packet. This delay affects the transmission of voice quality and voice data.
Data transmission is critical. Thus, managing jitter is an important part of data transmission implementation. The three major types of jitter are as follows:
Because jitter management is essential for the successful transmission of voice/video data and computerized signals, there are a number of jitter mitigation techniques, including: