Vijay Suryavanshi

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— Header compression saves bandwidth, but it also introduces error propagation whenever packets are lost. In this work we propose to use error correcting codes on the compressed packet headers. The result is an overall system that maintains most of the bandwidth savings of header compression and yet is robust with respect to errors. The key to achieving(More)
Network traffic statistics show that, because shorter packets predominate in many applications, headers impose a considerable overhead. But the header content is largely repetitive, thus in the past 15 years many packet header compression techniques have been proposed and studied. Header compression is based on differential methods, which introduces error(More)
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