Unformatted text preview: 8. Lets the sender know which packets were received. 3. Data Throughput. If the data in a pipeline is less than a "Window" size, the transfer rate is "transmission rate limited" (limited by the lowest data rate in the path), and the Utilization factor is 1.0 (to first order) . Otherwise it is "Window Limited." The "data in the pipeline", D, is given by "RTT * R". The Utilization, U, is W/D for W<D and 1.0 for W>D. In the Window limited case (U < 1), the Throughput is W/RTT = R U. If the round-trip-time, RTT, is 30 ms and the rate, R, is 100 Mb/s: What is D (in bits) ______________ bits, in Bytes: ________________________ Bytes. If the Window, W, is 4000 Bytes, what is it in bits? ____________________ bits. Is this connection Window Limited? ___________________ (yes/no) What is the Utilization? _____________________________ What is the Throughput? _____________________________ 9/26/2007 13:40 ECE3076 HW-3 p.1...
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