From graphics, pictures and explanations in documentation I understand that MBS (definition (2)) has meaning as rectangle square bounded by BT value and (PCR-SCR) value. At this point I think about MBS as of number of maximum bursted cells allowed for BT period. Is it clearly? Of course!
As I understand the (1) definition, the ATM Forum explains its formula through 1/PCR and 1/SCR values,
and defines MBS as function (cumulative value of differences) between the real cell arrival time (at PCR) and TAT (Theoretical Arrival Time) - at SCR. (I also think of MBS here as of sum of accumulated 'penalties').
When I've tried to convert one graphic (and formula) into another
I've got distinguished meanings and values of MBS.
What is your ATM router model? I think for each router model, there are separate BTS calculation documents. So, if you specify the exact router model, it will be further easy to filter through and provide you with a more relevant or exact information.
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