What is best protocol for low bandwidth wireless networks


What is best protocol which gives more speed then TCP for low bandwidth
wireless
networks.
Example: for internet though GPRS which has bandwidth ( 3 to 50 kbps)
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sandeep
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On 27 Jul 2006 23:00:32 -0700, "sandeep" wrote in :
For what purpose?
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John Navas
Sorry for late reply, we are developing http proxy servers. One proxy server is with internet service providers (ISP) and another proxy server is in mobiles or laptop, the data transmitting between them is through wireless. So which protocol is good for fast and reliable then TCP
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sandeep
On 3 Aug 2006 04:21:36 -0700, "sandeep" wrote in :
TCP is reliable, but handshaking causes delays over high latency connections (e.g., GPRS). UDP avoids delays, but has no built-in checking, so your software would have to provide its own.
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John Navas
So any other protocol which is combination of udp and tcp futures which works faster for low speed wireless networks
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sandeep
On 3 Aug 2006 22:11:14 -0700, "sandeep" wrote in :
See Transport Layer at
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John Navas

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