My apologies for #2 below; what I said is wrong. The smallest message will be 8 bytes, as the messageSpecification is not FEC encoded. I will repair the doc as there are some issues with the spec and layout...done. Once again the link is: https://www.dropbox.com/s/zj2i1votg432b2p/FrameTypes.pptx?dl=0

Change query:
Regarding the Message Specification, with a hdrSize...I don't think we need it. The message size includes everything + the 8 bytes spec. The hdrType will specify the kind of message and header. The specific header knows it's own size and layout.  Therefor, we have 16bits free if we keep an 8 byte msgSpec. Let's rework it to a 7 byte msgSpec as below.  Perhaps it is useful to be 64bit aligned, so leave it at 8. Thoughts? Does this work?


msgSpec: 7 bytes binary encoded

regards,
robert


On 12/20/2015 07:01 AM, Robert Withers wrote:
Good morning, just a few comments and questions..

1) current 4bits for msgVersion and 4bits for hdrType. With 14 messages and some not implemented (suspend/resume/...) we have little headroom in 4bits of hdrType.  Shall I make the msgVersion 3bits and the hdrType 5bits?

2) the smallest interleaved FEC encoded msg is 30 bytes. With 8 bytes of data: a msgSpec, using RS(15,9) with 4bit symbols, and 4 symbol block interleaving, the smallest on the wire is 30 bytes. Without FEC enabled is it 8 bytes.

3) when run to the end of hdrType room, we can add a jump tag and have a second hdrType field as the 9th byte.

Again, the valid document  link is: https://www.dropbox.com/s/zj2i1votg432b2p/FrameTypes.pptx?dl=0

Thank you,
robert



On 12/20/2015 06:20 AM, Clément Bera wrote:
 


Hello,

I tried to get your document but I got:

Dropbox - error

Is it only me ?

2015-12-20 11:31 GMT+01:00 Robert Withers <robert.w.withers@gmail.com>:

Excuse me for failing to complete this email./ I wanted to ask for feedback on these structures, especially the header specification word structure. So these fields make sense?

thank you,
robert


On 12/20/2015 05:27 AM, Robert Withers wrote:
I wrote up the various SecureSession frame types in presentation document, which you can get here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/3xfa5oqs8ihj88v/FrameTypes.pptx?dl=0

These are not yet implemented, but it is progressing. Ne quid nemis.

thanks,

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