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1000 txs/sec might be referencing the total of transactions happening on the Tangle (sum of txs/sec of all Nodes).

  The number of txs/sec a Node receives depends on three things: how many light nodes are connected (and submiting transactions) to it, how many transactions it is receing from its neighbors and its download bandwidth. So we

  • How many light nodes are connected (and submiting transactions) to it
  • How many transactions it is receing from its neighbors
  • Download Bandwidth

We can see that it'sthe txs/sec a node receives is a value that changes from Node to Node depending on its specs. The number of txs/sec a Node can push to the Tangle depends on its upload bandwidth.

From comments bellow:

how many of these transaction will be seen by a full node with a "standard" setup?

An average transaction in IOTA has 1.6Kb, a network with 1000 txs/sec would be pushing 1.6Mb/s to the Nodes. It's not a value that high, a standard setup could handle it. Even though if a Node couldn't handle it, the network is asynchronous, it means that the Nodes don't have to see/view the same set of transactions

@edit: resumed the comments below here.

1000 txs/sec might be referencing the total of transactions happening on the Tangle.

  The number of txs/sec a Node receives depends on three things: how many light nodes are connected (and submiting transactions) to it, how many transactions it is receing from its neighbors and its download bandwidth. So we can see that it's a value that changes from Node to Node depending on its specs. The number of txs/sec a Node can push to the Tangle depends on its upload bandwidth.

1000 txs/sec might be referencing the total of transactions happening on the Tangle (sum of txs/sec of all Nodes). The number of txs/sec a Node receives depends on three things:

  • How many light nodes are connected (and submiting transactions) to it
  • How many transactions it is receing from its neighbors
  • Download Bandwidth

We can see that the txs/sec a node receives is a value that changes from Node to Node depending on its specs. The number of txs/sec a Node can push to the Tangle depends on its upload bandwidth.

From comments bellow:

how many of these transaction will be seen by a full node with a "standard" setup?

An average transaction in IOTA has 1.6Kb, a network with 1000 txs/sec would be pushing 1.6Mb/s to the Nodes. It's not a value that high, a standard setup could handle it. Even though if a Node couldn't handle it, the network is asynchronous, it means that the Nodes don't have to see/view the same set of transactions

@edit: resumed the comments below here.

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1000 txs/sec might be referencing the total of transactions happening on the Tangle.

The number of txs/sec a Node receives depends on three things: how many light nodes are connected (and submiting transactions) to it, how many transactions it is receing from its neighbors and its download bandwidth. So we can see that it's a value that changes from Node to Node depending on its specs. The number of txs/sec a Node can push to the Tangle depends on its upload bandwidth.