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I-D ACTION:draft-fukunaga-low-delay-rtcp-02.txt

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	Title		: Low Delay RTCP Feedback Format
	Author(s)	: S. Fukunaga, N. Sato et al.
	Filename	: draft-fukunaga-low-delay-rtcp-02.txt
	Pages		: 13
	Date		: 13-Feb-01
Low delay feedback in RTP has gained a lot of interest recently in
order to enhance the performance in RTP sessions with two or only a
small number of participants. A recent document describes rules that
enhance the functionality of the existing RTP timing and allow low
delay feedback. While that document describes when it is allowed to
send data, we describe here what kind of low delay feedback may be
sent. Therefore we define three general RTCP feedback message types
as well as some recommendations how the sender SHOULD react to
certain feedback. The message types can either be used as is or they
can be extended in payload or application specific ways.

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