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Title : Efficient Protocol Independent Compression (EPIC)
Author(s) : R. Price et al.
Filename : draft-price-rohc-epic-00.txt
Pages : 50
Date : 20-Nov-00
The RObust Header Compression [ROHC5] scheme is designed to compress
packet headers over error prone channels. It is structured into two
main parts. Firstly there is an extensible core framework covering
the basic ROHC protocol and packet formats, which is instantiated for
a particular protocol stack by means of a ROHC profile. Secondly
[ROHC5] also includes a number of specific profiles for particular
protocol stacks (RTP/UDP/IP etc.).
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