The Unidirectional Hypertext Transfer Protocol
draft-blackketter-uhttp-00

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This Internet-Draft is no longer active. A copy of the expired Internet-Draft can be found at
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Abstract

This document describes the Unidirectional Hypertext Transfer Protocol, or UHTTP. UHTTP is a simple, robust, one-way data transfer protocol that is designed to efficiently deliver resource data in a one-way broadcast-only environment. This transfer protocol is appropriate for delivery of HTML and other content resources using IP multicast over television vertical blanking interval (IP/VBI) and other unidirectional transport systems.

Authors

Dean Blackketter (dean@artemis.com)

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