Packet sizes, Computer Networking

Large data packets result in fewer load because a smaller part of the packet is used for header information. Optimum networks use 4kB data packets or larger.

Large data packets can't simply be used for voice for example 8-bit samples  would need half a second to fill a 4kB packet. Echo cancellation may only be used with low transmission time delays.

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