Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) Gateway
Definition - What does Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) Gateway mean?
Techopedia explains Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) Gateway
The protocol used is called Wireless Markup Language (WML). WML has its roots in Extensible Markup Language (XML), a language developed with a specific syntax to address 'plans’ or 'schemas’ for complex documents.
In addition to WML, a Wireless or WAP Protocol Stack determines how data are sent between the gateway and the user’s device. This type of networking provides a more capable environment for Internet use as the Internet grows and expands.
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