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kcp-go - A Production-Grade Reliable-UDP Library for golang

  •    Go

kcp-go is a Production-Grade Reliable-UDP library for golang.It provides fast, ordered and error-checked delivery of streams over UDP packets, has been well tested with opensource project kcptun. Millions of devices(from low-end MIPS routers to high-end servers) are running with kcp-go at present, including applications like online games, live broadcasting, file synchronization and network acceleration.

kcptun - A Secure Tunnel Based On KCP with N:M Multiplexing

  •    Go

kcptun maintains a single website — github.com/xtaci/kcptun. Any websites other than github.com/xtaci/kcptun are not endorsed by xtaci. kcptun won't publish anything on any social media.Download precompiled Releases.

tinyfecVPN - A VPN Designed for Lossy Links, with Build-in Forward Error Correction(FEC) Support

  •    C++

A Lightweight VPN with Build-in Forward Error Correction Support(or A Network Improving Tool which works at VPN mode). Improves your Network Quality on a High-latency Lossy Link. tinyfecVPN uses Forward Error Correction(Reed-Solomon code) to reduce packet loss rate, at the cost of additional bandwidth usage.

UDPspeeder - A Tunnel which Improves your Network Quality on a High-latency Lossy Link by using Forward Error Correction,for All Traffics(TCP/UDP/ICMP)

  •    C++

A Tunnel which Improves your Network Quality on a High-latency Lossy Link by using Forward Error Correction. Assume your local network to your server is lossy. Just establish a VPN connection to your server with UDPspeeder + any UDP-based VPN, access your server via this VPN connection, then your connection quality will be significantly improved. With well-tuned parameters , you can easily reduce IP or UDP/ICMP packet-loss-rate to less than 0.01% . Besides reducing packet-loss-rate, UDPspeeder can also significantly improve your TCP latency and TCP single-thread download speed.




libcorrect - C library for Convolutional codes and Reed-Solomon

  •    C

libcorrect is a library for Forward Error Correction. By using libcorrect, you can encode extra redundancy into a packet of data and then send it across a lossy channel. When the packet is received, it can be decoded to recover the original, pre-encoded data. libcorrect accomplishes this task with two algorithms, Convolutional codes and Reed-Solomon. Convolutional codes are robust to a constant background noise, while Reed-Solomon error correction is effective at dealing with noise that occurs in bursts. These algorithms have played an important role in telecommunications. libcorrect uses a Viterbi algorithm decoder to decode convolutional codes.

python-libraptorq - Python CFFI bindings for libRaptorQ (RaptorQ RFC6330 FEC implementation)

  •    Python

Python 2.X CFFI bindings for libRaptorQ v0.1.x - C++11 implementation of RaptorQ Forward Error Correction codes, as described in RFC6330. Warning: Using libRaptorQ RFC6330 API (which this module wraps around) properly requires knowledge of some concepts and parameters described in that RFC, and not using correct ones may result in undecodable data! See "Usage" section below for more details.