Using Saratoga with a Bundle Agent as a Convergence Layer for Delay- Tolerant Networking
draft-wood-dtnrg-saratoga-14

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Abstract

Saratoga is a simple, lightweight, UDP-based transfer protocol. This describes how to use Saratoga as a Delay-Tolerant Networking (DTN) "convergence layer" with the Bundle Protocol and its Bundle Agents, building on the Saratoga specification in draft-wood-tsvwg-saratoga.

Authors

Lloyd Wood (l.wood@society.surrey.ac.uk)
Jim McKim (James.H.McKim@grc.nasa.gov)
Wesley Eddy (weddy@grc.nasa.gov)
Will Ivancic (William.D.Ivancic@grc.nasa.gov)
Chris Jackson (C.Jackson@sstl.co.uk)

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