The wiki contains documentation about the ROHC library and the ROHC protocol itself.
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The RObust Header Compression (ROHC) protocol aims at reducing bandwidth usage on network links with limited capacity or expensive costs, such as mobile networks or satellite links. It defines a lossless compression scheme for network headers. It leaves the network payload unchanged.
The resources below describes the ROHC protocol in more details:
See the dedicated page about the ROHC library to read more about:
This section lists some of the applications based on the ROHC library. Some are developed within the ROHC library itself because they are useful as debug tools; some are developed in external locations to allow them to evolve at their own pace.
For archive, deprecated applications: