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time stamp (TS)

1. A data field in which is recorded (typically with a resolution of 1 millisecond) the cumulative variable queuing delay experienced by a packet in traversing the network. [After T1.509-1995] 2. With respect to a recorded network event, a data field in which is recorded the time (time of day or other instant of elapsed time) at which the event took place. [After T1.226-1992]


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