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I-D ACTION:draft-jonsson-rohc-profiles-00.txt

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	Title		: Profiles and Parameters in ROHC
	Author(s)	: L. Jonsson, K. Svanbro, H. Hannu
	Filename	: draft-jonsson-rohc-profiles-00.txt
	Pages		: 10
	Date		: 23-Aug-00
The RObust Header Compression WG (ROHC) is developing compression
schemes initially for IP/UDP/RTP header compression [ROHC]. The group
is also chartered to develop compression for IP/TCP and after re-
chartering it is possible (probable) that also compression of other
protocols will follow. Compression and decompression must always
follow well defined rules but there exist a number of variables that
will affect details in the way compression should be carried out and
how these rules are set. The purpose of this document is to identify
such variables and outline a way to make ROHC both adaptable to
various conditions and possible to extend for future needs.

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