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RFC 916 (rfc916) - Reliable Asynchronous Transfer Protocol (RATP) (13355 words)
A careful RFC 916 October 1984 Reliable Asynchronous Transfer Protocol exposition of the protocol's behavior under all circumstances is necessary to answer any questions an implementor might have, to make it possible to verify the protocol, etc. This size of this specification should not be taken as an indication of the difficulty of implementing it.
RFC 916 October 1984 Reliable Asynchronous Transfer Protocol Checksum Algorithm The checksum algorithm chosen is similar to that used by IP/TCP protocols [IP 81] [TCP 81].
RFC 916 October 1984 Reliable Asynchronous Transfer Protocol The cost of this approach is a longer time to determine whether or not it is possible to open a connection to B. It is twice as long.
Supercars.net - 1971 Porsche 916 (342 words)
Underneath was the 911S's 6 cylinder, 190 hp engine (210 hp in 1972), giving the 916 a top speed of 233 kph.
Weighing 165 lbs less than the 911S, the 916 became the quickest accelerating Porsche yet, going from 0-60 in well under 7 seconds.
It was destined for Brumos in Florida, where the climate was so hot that A/C had to be special ordered on the 916.
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