RTP and RTCP protocol stack design(urgent)

Posted on 2006-06-08
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
Hi experts,

Can any one give me any idea about the RTP and RTCP stack design or the architecture? pls help me as soon as possible..

Question by:arijit_rebaca
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    FSS’ RTP/RTCP Stack offering provides end-to-end network transport function for applications transmitting real-time data, such as audio, video, or simulation over multicast or unicast network services. Designed for flexibility to suit the entire spectrum of multi-media application architectures, the FSS’ RTP/RTCP Stack finds applications ranging from low footprint terminal devices to high performance carrier platforms.

    Fully compliant with the latest IETF RFCs 3550 and 3551 and backward compatible with RFCs 1889 and 1890, FSS’ RTP/RTCP Stack provides application developers the flexibility to add new media profiles to the stack. In addition, the Stack, designed for high performance, provides application developers an interface for easy integration to other applications.

    Available as source-code technology in ANSI C, FSS’ RTP/RTCP Stack can be used to build applications, such as 3G User Terminals/Handsets, IP Phones, Gateways, Midcom Media Proxies, and ALGs, Mixers, IVRs, and conference bridges.

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