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PostPosted: Fri Oct 15, 2010 1:39 am    Post subject: Think I have developed extremely important wireless algorith Reply with quote

I have developed an algorithm that can average (or filter) any number of consecutive sinusoidal values in only a couple of clock periods -- however long that might be in your digital system. This algorithm is based on a rolling average so it might a fair amount of time to average all samples the first time. But then by deleting the oldest sample and adding the newest sample the next average value is calculated. Multipying that result by a constant can yield a sinusod that can be filtered to any extent desisred by averaging and then filtering over enough samples.

Perhaps most importantly another derivative equation and its inverse allow encoding and decoding phase -- rather than amplitudes or frequencies using calculations that can be as precise as desired by increasing the number of bits per sample. I think this could enable any number of things: including precise control of waveforms that meander controllably and precisely but what would look completely random within a specifiied frequency band. Or otherwise, it could provide any number of channels within a band. But here is the catch: I don't know a thing about antennas -- more precisely about how the electromagnetic spectrum generates signals in antennas -- and whether the information received and transmitted wirelessly could be sent to and received from an antenna as charge packets directly -- in the hopes that the charges could be shifted, added, and processed in real time in a way that would enable bypassing analog to digitial converters but accomplish the same thing by processing charge packets extremely quickly without going through the more time intensive process of converting analog amplitudes to digitial numbers.

So I am just shooting from the hip thinking about what may be possible regarding the extremely fast processing of charge packets -- shifting, adding, etc. Anyone willing to help provide information about what antennas and or electronics might do would be greatly appreciated to respond. Also experts in antenna theory would be encouraged to respond also. But I am not going to disclose this to everyone because I think it will likely generate significant patent spin offs. Thanks,
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