At the present moment Niagara software modem goes through the 19th iteration. It have grown from a radio translation that points to a certain moment of time with graceful restart in Niagara 18 to a packet based middleware and dump in Niagara 19. I'm aiming the highest standards in middleware and dump production to receive the approval of Internet organizations (such as RIPE and IANA) and connect Spherical Interaction Network (SIN), which is over 2 billion subscribers now to the Internet web. Niagara 19 software modem is a simple program, you can view it in front of Compositor RTOS 9.0.2 mainframe display on the following image:
Niagara 19 software modem consists of PCM encoded 44100 Hz 24-bit dump and middleware, which pass through the Internet MAC ACL via injector. I made this on purpose to develop the instrument, which meets the RIPE and IANA guidelines and to filter an unwanted information, which comes from SIN. This way, I can establish a service of connecting to Internet hosts even in the most remote parts of the planet. However, this software modem is needed in big cities also. In a time of circumstances beyond the Internet providers will, one can loose the connection to the web, when using traditional methods of cable, modem, wi-fi and cell-phone networks. SIN establishes a stable connection over the audio driver and can reach the speeds of up to 8.4 Tbit/s, no cabling and physical antennas needed. Niagara is a port to SIN, which uses a sample-precise middleware and dump with ability to overcome the moment of time. It is a needed condition to connect to hypertext protocol network. The final step for this modem is to pack it with original PCM 192 kHz 24-bit dump middleware, as I estimate on 44100 Hz, and to provide the highest quality connection to my subscribers. All in all, even with 44100 Hz middleware and dump I have no obstacles in connecting the Ethernet and the main thing is that I need to connect SIN to Internet via RIPE NCC and contact this organization directly if they are interested in my submission.
Stay tuned on the latest updates for connecting to Internet via Niagara software modem!
Compositor v9 Hypervisor provides the Ethernet communication service based on DRM (Digital Rights Management) server.
This server realizes the work based on IEEE802.1Q Ethernet protocol with frame of 262144 samples.
Two initial buses of the virtual machines, running on Compositor v9 Hypervisor server, translate in VLF range.
SHF work is realized using the algorithm with x2048 oversampling, which allows exiting in high frequency radio ether without intermediate frequency in VHF and UHF ranges.
Virtual machines, running in Compositor v9 Hypervisor DRM server, have demodulation algorithms capable of transmitting the wideband signal such as voice or music.
Maximum pass-band of the server depends on the discretization frequency, by which the executed algorithm works.
Compositor Software virtual machines work with discretization frequency, which depends on your processor speed and audio driver settings.
For optimal sound conditions Compositor v9 Hypervisor uses 11.025 kHz sample-rate with the pass-band of 5512.5 Hz.