A CDE Definition
An ITU standard protocol for control messages in an H.225 audio or videoconferencing call. The messages are used for flow control, encryption and jitter management as well as for initiating the call, negotiating which features should be used and terminating the call. It also determines which side is the master for issuing various commands. See H.323, videoconferencing and codec.
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