Re: [quicwg/base-drafts] A pacing algorithm (#3630)

Martin Thomson <notifications@github.com> Tue, 12 May 2020 23:16 UTC

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> +number of bytes sent between t[m] and t[n]
+    <= N * congestion_window * (t[m] - t[n]) / smoothed_rtt
+       + min(10 * max_datagram_size,
+             max(2 * max_datagram_size, 14720))
+~~~
+
+The inclusion of the factor, `N`, with a value of at least 1 increases the rate
+of sending. The value of `N` might be increased to avoid having scheduling
+delays reduce the send rate below that allowed by the congestion controller.
+
+An endpoint that does not burst packets and has even spacing between packets
+might send packets spaced at intervals of:
+
+~~~
+inter-packet time = smoothed_rtt * packet_size / congestion_window / N
+~~~

```suggestion
~~~

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