The NetInf Bluetooth Convergence Layer
draft-sunde-netinf-protocol-bluetooth-00

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Abstract

This document defines a Network of Information (NetInf) convergence layer intended to be used over some Bluetooth protocol providing reliable transmission. A convergence layer handles the transport of NetInf requests and responses. In this convergence layer the common NetInf messages are defined using JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) and Named Data Object (NDO) octet parts, both using length prefixes. While the convergence layer is intended to be used over Bluetooth, any underlying protocol providing reliable transmission could potentially be used.

Authors

Linus Sunde (linus.sunde.9273@student.uu.se)

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