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Old 04-20-2012, 04:12 AM   #1
suneelnalluri
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packet distribution interval:


HI,

Can anyone give solution for the bellow problem:

I have requirement to calculate transmit interval based on packet size , resolution , rate and some other parameters.

for example:

here all members are integers.

transInt = (U_INT16)((packetSize * 8000000ULL) / (rate[intCnt] * resolution)).

for example the R.H.S result is 11.7 nano sec, the resultant transInt becomes 11.that means for every 11ns packet is generating instead of 11.7ns.because of this throughput is increasing morethan expected.

Note: rate[intCnt] not same for everytime.

float variables not advisable.

Please provide a simple c code to solve this problem.

Here is the attachment which will have sample code using corrently,


regards,
suneel kumar.
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