Wireless transaction protocol

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Wireless transaction protocol is a standard used in mobile telephony. It is a layer of the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) that is intended to bring Internet access to mobile phones. WTP provides functions to similar to TCP,except that WTP has reduced amount of information needed for each transaction. WTP saves processing and memory cost as compared to TCP. It Supports 3 types of transaction : 1.Unreliable One-Way Request 2.Reliable One-Way Request 3.Reliable Two-Way request

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