Jitter

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Definition

The variation in the time it takes for packets of information to travel across a network. Jitter is caused by any deviation or displacement in the packet’s path, causing a delay in the packet delivery, or causing the packets to arrive in a different order. For a caller, jitter is experienced as choppy, poor quality audio.

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