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Network performance refers to measures of service quality of a network as seen by the customer. There are many different ways to measure the performance of a network, as each network is different in nature and design. Performance can also be modelled and simulated instead of measured; one example of this is using state transition diagrams to model queuing performance more

Network performance refers to measures of service quality of a network as seen by the customer. There are many different ways to measure the performance of a network, as each network is different in nature and design. Performance can also be modelled and simulated instead of measured; one example of this is using state transition diagrams to model queuing performance or to use a network simulator. The following measures are often considered important: Bandwidth commonly measured in bits/second is the maximum rate that information can be transferred. Throughput is the actual rate that information is transferred. Latency the delay between the sender and the receiver decoding it, this is mainly a function of the signals travel time, and processing time at any nodes the information traverses. Jitter variation in packet delay at the receiver of the information. Error rate is the number of corrupted bits expressed as a percentage or fraction of the total sent.

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