M-RTP : RTP Extensions to Support Mobile Networking
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In this paper, we identify limitations of the real-time protocol (RTP) regarding mobile networking and low-speed links and propose solutions to these problems. In particular, we propose schemes to limit the bandwidth used on the wireless link by RTP data messages and RTCP control messages.
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