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Does ARQ follows stop and wait mechanism for data transfer?

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Does ARQ follows stop and wait mechanism for data transfer?
posted Sep 26, 2017 by Rohit Verma

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Hi,

ARQ will not wait for and acknowledgement to send next PDU,it sends chunk of PDU on shot and waits for the ack, stop and wait mechanism means once sends PDU then it waits until receiver sends ack,but ARQ doesn't follow this.

answer Oct 5, 2017 by Jaganathan
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