(RTP) An Internet protocol for transmitting real-time data such as audio and video. RTP itself does not guarantee real-time delivery of data, but it does provide mechanisms for the sending and receiving applications to support streaming data. Typically, RTP runs on top of the UDP protocol, although the specification is general enough to support other transport protocols.
RTP has received wide industry support. Netscape intends to base its LiveMedia technology on RTP, and Microsoft claims that its NetMeeting product supports RTP.
- Real-time ultrasound
real-time ultrasound n. The use of a rapid succession of individual B-mode images to produce a moving video display.
[ree-uh l-ter, -tawr, reel-] /ˈri əl tər, -ˌtɔr, ˈril-/ Trademark. 1. a person who works in the real-estate business and is a member of the National Association of Real Estate Boards, or one of its constituent boards, and abides by its Code of Ethics. /ˈrɪəltə; -ˌtɔː/ noun 1. (US & Canadian) an estate agent, esp […]
[ree-uh l-tee, reel-] /ˈri əl ti, ˈril-/ noun 1. real property or real estate. /ˈrɪəltɪ/ noun 1. another term for real property n. 1660s, “real estate,” from earlier meaning (1540s) “real possession,” earlier “reality” (mid-15c.), from real (adj.) + -ty (2). Cf. reality.
- Real user
1. A commercial user. One who is paying *real* money for his computer usage. 2. A non-hacker. Someone using the system for an explicit purpose (a research project, a course, etc.) other than pure exploration. See user. Hackers who are also students may also be real users. “I need this fixed so I can do […]