This book on SDP is the first of this kind that attempts to put all SDP related RFCs together with their mandatory and optional texts in a chronological systematic way as if people can use a single “super-SDP RFC” with almost one-to-one integrity from beginning to end to see the big picture of SDP in addition to base SDP functionalities.
Table of Contents
1. Networked Multimedia Protocols 2. Basic Session Description Protocol 3. Negotiations Model in SDP 4. Capability Declaration in SDP 5. Media-Level Attribute Support in SDP 6. Semantics for Signaling Media Decoding Dependency in SDP 7. Media Grouping Support in SDP 8. Generic Capability Attribute Negotiations in SDP 9. Network Protocol Support in SDP 10. Transport Protocol Support in SDP 11. RTP Media Loopback Support in SDP 12. Quality-of-Service Support in SDP 13. Application-Specific Extensions in SDP 14. Service-Specific Extension in SDP 15. Compression Support in SDP 16. Security Capability Negotiation in SDP 17. Security Considerations in Using SDP Attributes 18. Capability Negotiations Using SDP by SIP and WebRTC
Radhika Ranjan Roy is an electronics engineer, US Army Research, Development, and Engineering Command (RDECOM), Communications–Electronics Research, Development, and Engineering Center (CERDEC), Space and Terrestrial Communications Directorate (S&TCD) Laboratories, Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG), Maryland, since 2009. Before joining to US Army Research, he worked in various capacities in CACI, SAIC, AT&T/Bell Laboratories, CSC, and PDB since his graduation. He earned his PhD in electrical engineering with major in computer communications from the City University of New York, New York, in 1984, and MS in electrical engineering from the Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, in 1978. He received his BS in electrical engineering from the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh, in 1967. He has published more than 50 technical papers. He is holding and/or submitted over 30 patents. He authored a book titled Handbook of Mobile Ad Hoc Networks on Mobility Models in 2010.