The SRT Protocol
draft-sharabayko-mops-srt-01

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Authors Maria Sharabayko  , Maxim Sharabayko  , Jean Dube  , Joonwoong Kim  , Jeongseok Kim 
Last updated 2020-09-09
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Abstract

This document specifies Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) protocol. SRT is a user-level protocol over User Datagram Protocol and provides reliability and security optimized for low latency live video streaming, as well as generic bulk data transfer. For this, SRT introduces control packet extension, improved flow control, enhanced congestion control and a mechanism for data encryption.

Authors

Maria Sharabayko (msharabayko@haivision.com)
Maxim Sharabayko (maxsharabayko@haivision.com)
Jean Dube (jdube@haivision.com)
Joonwoong Kim (joonwoong.kim@sk.com)
Jeongseok Kim (jeongseok.kim@sk.com)

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