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Offline Serethos

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« Posted 2006-03-20 12:04:01 »

I'm working on a data-transfer via Comm-Api and Serial-Port. Instead of a cable I'm using two paired bluetooth
dongles. The only thing i do not know is how much safety overhead for the transfer protocol i need to implement.
the question is, if i only write to the com-port stream what do the dongles for me to avoid data loss?
either, they have an integrated protocol and already do something like a handshake. or they really only send data
and do not care about success.
if the second case matches i have to measure the size of packages i send within a handshake. In my case i have
to send n-byte triplets, which belong together. So should I do a handshake after all triplets, after each triplet or
perhaps after each sent byte?
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« Reply #1 - Posted 2006-03-20 14:09:45 »

I don't really know the answer, but maybe you'll find the needed information here

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