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1 Gbps Ethernet TCP/IP and UDP/IP Header Compression in FPGA

ŠTOHANZL, M. FEDRA, Z. BOBULA, M.

Originální název

1 Gbps Ethernet TCP/IP and UDP/IP Header Compression in FPGA

Anglický název

1 Gbps Ethernet TCP/IP and UDP/IP Header Compression in FPGA

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This paper presents a study about the hardware implementation of the TCP/IP and UDP/IP headers compression for the point-to-point communication. The implementation is focused on the achievement of minimum latency and high compression ratio. The applied compression technique is a dictionary-based method. For the TCP/IP, the fixed length of the compressed header was implemented. On the contrary, the variable length of the compressed header was implemented for the UDP/IP. The dictionaries are filled from the original data on both sides. No additional transmissions are used for retaining the continuity of the dictionary content.

Anglický abstrakt

This paper presents a study about the hardware implementation of the TCP/IP and UDP/IP headers compression for the point-to-point communication. The implementation is focused on the achievement of minimum latency and high compression ratio. The applied compression technique is a dictionary-based method. For the TCP/IP, the fixed length of the compressed header was implemented. On the contrary, the variable length of the compressed header was implemented for the UDP/IP. The dictionaries are filled from the original data on both sides. No additional transmissions are used for retaining the continuity of the dictionary content.

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BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT94971,
  author="Milan {Štohanzl} and Zbyněk {Fedra} and Marek {Bobula}",
  title="1 Gbps Ethernet TCP/IP and UDP/IP Header Compression in FPGA",
  annote="This paper presents a study about the hardware implementation of the TCP/IP and UDP/IP headers compression for the point-to-point communication. The implementation is focused on the achievement of minimum latency and high compression ratio. The applied compression technique is a dictionary-based method. For the TCP/IP, the fixed length of the compressed header was implemented. On the contrary, the variable length of the compressed header was implemented for the UDP/IP. The dictionaries are filled from the original data on both sides. No additional transmissions are used for retaining the continuity of the dictionary content.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of The Seventh International Conference on Systems and Networks Communications, ICSNC 2012",
  chapter="94971",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2012",
  month="november",
  pages="136--142",
  type="conference paper"
}