Uninformed: Informative Information for the Uninformed

Vol 8» 2007.Sep

Cover-Medium Size Limitations

The same property of RTP which restricts the size of available cover-medium in each packet is luckily the same property which ensures that there are an abundance of packets being sent between RTP endpoints every second. User data can be spread over multiple messages and cover-packets and then reassembled at their destination. For this research effort's purposes and goals, namely the timely transfer of user text chat, interactive shell access, and transfer of small files, an achieved throughput of 1,000 bytes per second as described in Section 2.2.3 was found to be more than adequate.