Real time transport protocol

Feb 3rd, 2012
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Here is the all details on Real Time Transport Protocol. Why and where it is used? How internet works to send data among computers. It has all details in it.

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Introduction - What RTP is?Real time transport protocol or RTP isan internet-protocolthat is used for transmitting real time data (like video & audio). However RTP in itself do not guarantee real time data delivery but provides mechanisms for receiving & sending applications to its support streaming data. You can say Real time transport protocol runs over UDP protocol to support other transport protocols. In the year 1996, RTP was initially established by the "Audio Video transport-working group" & in today's technical world it has got wide support by industries all over the world. Why it is usedReal Time transport Protocol is largely used in entertainment & communication systems which involve streaming media like video teleconference-applications, TV-services, telephony & push to talk (web-based) features. It is used in connection with RTCP or RTP Control Protocol. RTP control pro

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