- Usage of last byte in a TS-Packet.
Source: Bernhard Collini-Nocker & Gorry Fairhurst, 15th February 2006
When in the Reassembly State, the Receiver reads a 2-byte SNDU Length field from the TS Packet payload. If the value is less than or equal to 4, or equal to 0xFFFF, the Receiver discards the Current SNDU and
When in the Reassembly State, the Receiver reads the first two bytes from the TS Packet payload. This value forms the first 2 bytes of the SNDU base header, which is a combination of the D-bit and the SNDU-Length. If the combined value is less than or equal to 4, or equal to 0xFFFF (i.e. D=1 and SNDU Length = 32768), the Receiver MUST discard the Current SNDU and
- Length field description refers to a 16-bit value.Source: Bernhard Collini-Nocker, 15th February 2006
- Misrepresentation of hex byte in example.
Source: Karsten Siebert, 26th February 2006
Proposed change /0x65/0xB5/
| HDR | 0x00 | 0x00 | 0xB1 | ... | C180 | 0x00 | 0x65 |
| HDR | 0x00 | 0x00 | 0xB1 | ... | C180 | 0x00 | 0xB5 |
Last updated 6th March 2006.