Implementing CoAP for Class 1 Devices
draft-kovatsch-lwig-class1-coap-00

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Author Matthias Kovatsch 
Last updated 2013-04-18 (latest revision 2012-10-15)
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Abstract

The Constrained Application Protocol (CoAP) is designed for resource-constrained nodes and networks, e.g., sensor nodes in low-power lossy networks (LLNs). Still, to implement this Internet protocol on Class 1 devices, i.e., ~10KiB of RAM and ~100KiB of ROM, light-weight implementation techniques are necessary. This document provides the lessons learned from implementing CoAP for Contiki, an operating system for tiny, battery-operated networked embedded systems. The information may become part of the Light-Weight Implementation Guidance document planned by the IETF working group LWIG.

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Matthias Kovatsch (kovatsch@inf.ethz.ch)

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