All input to or output from the sublingual system must pass through the simple somatosensory protocol. The protocol is defined by three colors of input, red/yellow/blue, ranging from 0 to 10 in magnitude. There is no singular concept of a clock in the lingual system and neither is there any guarantee that all RYB values will appear in one packet. It is therefore entirely up to the lingual/sub-lingual systems to negotiate a protocol for ordering and timestamping.
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