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rosserial_windows packet loss while sending data to service server on ROS Hi, I have a question about rosserial windows

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2017-10-06 09:36:56 -0600 marked best answer Want to check latency while using rosserial

Hi y'all.

I recently started to run and learn ROS.
I'm building a communication between ROS (Ubuntu 16.04.3) and Windows application by using rosserial package.
I'm using two computers and they are connected by LAN cable.
I was able to run sample project from the wiki.
I want to check the latency from Windows side to ROS. Would you give me some idea, any suggestions or experience about measuring latency?

Thank you for your time, and I appreciate in advance.

2017-10-06 09:36:43 -0600 commented answer Want to check latency while using rosserial

Thanks Stefan Kohlbrecher. I was curious about syncing the time stamp. Does ROS sync the time stamp between server and c

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2017-10-05 13:50:17 -0600 commented answer Data loss between publisher and subscriber

Thanks Stefan Kohlbrecher :D

2017-10-05 13:49:47 -0600 marked best answer Data loss between publisher and subscriber

Hello

I was running ROS package with one publisher and subscriber in below link. https://github.com/oroca/oroca_ros_tu...

Basically, publisher sends a number (add 1 every loop) and subscriber gets it.

So, I run subscriber first, then run publisher in a different terminal.
Then I could see that there was a loss.

Publisher starts with 0, but Subscriber gets from 3.

Is this normal? Is this solvable?

Thank you in advance.

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2017-10-03 17:15:12 -0600 asked a question Data loss between publisher and subscriber

Data loss between publisher and subscriber Hello I was running ROS package with one publisher and subscriber in below l

2017-09-28 15:36:43 -0600 asked a question Want to check latency while using rosserial

Want to check latency while using rosserial Hi y'all. I recently started to run and learn ROS. I'm building a communic