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James_B_Crawshaw
James_B_Crawshaw
9/21/2018 | 5:55:57 PM
Doing the math
I appreciate you want low latency for virtual reality but 60ms of latency wouldn't be noticeable for the hologram.

Although there are no latency guarantees with WiFi, 802.11n median latency is 6.2ms at 2.4 GHz and 0.9ms at 5GHz according to this study. https://hpbn.co/wifi/ That compares with 4ms for normal 5G and 1ms for URLLC.

Maximum data rate for 802.11ac wave2 is 1.73 Gbps according to Intel. 5G is meant to deliver 20Gbps but actual speed will depend on contention ratio which is likely to be higher for 5G than for residential WiFi (where presumably only you and your family are using it).

Is 1.73 Gbps enough for the hologram? It depends on the size of the image, frames per second and image quality but my guess from the video is yes.
sarcher60555
sarcher60555
9/21/2018 | 4:49:41 PM
Re: vodaphone
Zoom Video call would have been just as interesting.


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