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Simple Lossless Ad-hoc Protocol

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Description

Simple Lossless Ad-hoc Protocol (SLAP) is designed to be used for wireless digital data transfer on embedded systems. The program is built for uClinux, a derivative of Linux designed for embedded microcontrollers, but can be easily ported.

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Features

  • Reliable lossless transmission between host and remote server
  • Packet retransmission on loss of connection or corrupt data, 16bit CRC
  • Packet size adjustable at compile time to optimize for all radios modules
  • Daemon/server feature to sync data with remote server transparently
  • Reliability over speed

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Intended Audience

Aerospace, Telecommunications Industry

User Interface

Non-interactive (Daemon), Command-line

Programming Language

C

Registered

2010-04-01

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