> > Isn't it in the order of 300 ms (taken from the back of
> > the head somewhere)? This is true roundtrip under small
> > load to DoCoMo servers.
"To" DoCoMo servers? From where?
> > It is about the same for 3G, I think.
> > GPRS however is typically 800 ms, but in some networks 1
> > 200 ms! And this, since it is GPRS, under very low load.
> Another "thank you" for those latency numbers - I'm
> writing a little study on the viability of building
> profitable wireless applications, and this is definitely
> useful data (in that it eliminates low-latency-dependent
Sure, it is useful data...but without any explanation,
without any reliable source, just a post in a random
mailing list of some numbers marked with the words
"I think"...I am not sure if I would write a study based
No offense Gustaf, but where do you got these data
and what was the exact procedure to measure it?
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Received on Wed Sep 5 03:40:09 2001