Evaluation of a DTN convergence layer for the AX.25 network protocol

  title={Evaluation of a DTN convergence layer for the AX.25 network protocol},
  author={J. Ronan and K. Walsh and D. Long},
  booktitle={MobiOpp '10},
The AX.25 Link Access Protocol for Amateur Packet Radio is a data link layer protocol derived from the ITU-T X.25 data link protocol with modifications for use by amateur radio operators. One of the authors has produced a prototype AX.25 connected mode DTN Convergence Layer (CL) based on the existing DTN2 reference implementation. Initial testing of this implementation was undertaken on Linux in order to compare the performance of the implementation with the performance of native AX.25 links… Expand
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