Re: Receiving Speed

K. Starr (wizzard@icanect.net)
Wed, 09 Apr 1997 06:59:28 -0400


>Hello I need some help !!!!
>
>I use a P100 with a quickcam and a 64K ISDN Line with the ECU V2.1.1
>Software.
>
>My problem is when I get to any reflecter all other people say they rec=20
>a very good video from me. That means my transmittion rate must be OK.
>They said that my trans. rate is up to 18 kbps with 2-3 frames per
>second. But I receive always a very bad video from the others. Maximum=20
>receiving rate to me us up to 3 kbps and frames is mostly at 0. The lost
>points are up to 90%.=20
>
>Anyone any idear whats happen and what I can do to solve the problem.
>
>Thanks!!!
>
>B.P.S
>

Tech experts please correct me if i'm wrong (but i don't think i am <g>).

Your ISDN connection is *one* side of the equation; the connections (mostly
14.4 - 28.8 modem) of everyone else are the other. If others are
transmitting on more limited bandwidths, it makes no difference how fast
*you* are; the effective perceived transmit speed defaults to the lowest
common denominator.

Also, how is the reflector set up? T1, ISDN, modem? Again, perceived
transmission rate will be a function fo lowest common denominator. Solution
to the problem? Use a fast reflector and only select senders with ISDN or
better transmission rates; not very egalitarian but certainly effective! <g>

Warm regards,

Kent Starr
aka Wizzard=A9
mailto:wizzard@icanect.net