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I-D ACTION:draft-chuah-avt-lipe-02.txt

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	Title		: A LightWeight IP Encapsulation (LIPE) Scheme
	Author(s)	: M. Chuah, E. Hernandez-Valencia
	Filename	: draft-chuah-avt-lipe-02.txt
	Pages		: 18
	Date		: 28-Nov-00
Several application level multiplexing/compression schemes have been
proposed in the IETF Audio/Video Transport (AVT) Working Group
[1][2][9] to improve the transport efficiency of packet-voice traffic
over IP-based networks. These approaches generally assume voice
packets are encapsulated in RTP/UDP/IP by the communicating end-
points (e.g., IP phones, mobile terminal, media gateways, etc.).  In
some transport scenarios, e.g., CDMA/GSM cellular networks, using RTP
for voice packet is unnecessary as only the data transfer services
provided by the IP/UDP layer, not the media control functions of RTP,
are required.

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