Forward Error Correction for WebRTC using FEC FRAME
draft-mandyam-rtcweb-fecframe-00

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
Authors Giridhar Mandyam  , Mike Luby  , Thomas Stockhammer  , Christian Foisy
Last updated 2013-08-04 (latest revision 2013-01-31)
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This Internet-Draft is no longer active. A copy of the expired Internet-Draft can be found at
https://www.ietf.org/archive/id/draft-mandyam-rtcweb-fecframe-00.txt

Abstract

WebRTC provides a solution for peer-to-peer streaming between web applications by leveraging a Real-Time Protocol (RTP) stream between two clients. This RTP stream is expected to be sent over an UDP (Universal Datagram Protocol) connection, which by definition has no built-in reliability. Recently the FEC FRAME Working Group of the IETF has come up with a framework and technical recommendations for applying forward error correction (FEC) to unreliable streams. This framework can be applied to WebRTC with minimal changes to the specification.

Authors

Giridhar Mandyam (mandyam@quicinc.com)
Mike Luby (luby@qti.qualcomm.com)
Thomas Stockhammer (stockhammer@nomor.de)
Christian Foisy (cfoisy@qti.qualcomm.com)

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