What is Jitter?
Modified on: Mon, 13 Jan, 2014 at 4:55 PM
Jitter can be recognized by a delay in your speech and/or the speech of the person you are speaking to. Jitter occurs because the packets of voice data are received at the wrong time. Jitter can occur due to power surges, bandwidth congestion, or other irregularities in the system. If your hosted VoIP service provider has not perfected their system, there is a good chance you could be subject to jitter.
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