dejitterizer


dejitterizer: A device that reduces jitter in a digital signal. Note 1: A dejitterizer usually consists of an elastic buffer in which the signal is temporarily stored and then retransmitted at a rate based on the average rate of the incoming signal. Note 2: A dejitterizer is usually ineffective in dealing with low-frequency jitter, such as waiting-time jitter.


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