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I-D ACTION:draft-pelletier-rohc-rtp-llarohc-cdma2000-01.txt

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	Title		: Link-Layer Assisted ROHC Over CDMA2000
	Author(s)	: G. Pelletier
	Filename	: draft-pelletier-rohc-rtp-llarohc-cdma2000-01.txt
	Pages		: 18
	Date		: 24-Jul-01
This document defines implementation specifications and guidelines 
for the Link-Layer Assisted ROHC profile [LLAROHC] over CDMA2000 
cellular links. The purpose of this document is to apply this profile 
for efficient, transparent and robust header compression while using 
the CDMA2000 link layer characteristics optimally. Its objective is 
to remain flexible with regards to robustness, complexity and 
spectral efficiency considerations. In addition to [LLAROHC] it 
defines logic, parameters and procedures for the use of header-free 
packets over CDMA2000 links.

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