rotocol) A protocol at a high layer of the protocol stack, such as the application layer or a layer between the application layer 7 and transport layer 4 (see OSI model
). Depending on context, it may just refer to the protocol directly above another.
ower) An earlier name for the low- power mode in Bluetooth 4, ULP is also used to describe various low-power sensor networks (see Internet of Things
). See Bluetooth LE
rotocol) An attempt to standardize the content format of syslog messages. See syslog protocol