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By ruslany

The i11 architecture

The Compositor 4 software is based on Generic Kernel 7.0.2 of i11 architecture. It is twice faster than i7 intel processors. It is counted this way: i11 contains 12 harmonics based on the Carson’s rule, i7, on the other hand, contains 8 harmonics. Dividing 12 on 8 the number of 1,5 is received, which is the number of processor speed increase.

The Compositor 4 couldn’t be realized without the Spherical Interaction driver injection in Compositor kernel 7.0.2. This driver enables the status bar, which works for all z values. Spherical Interaction driver is active only for Sr layer and gives statuses for other layers.

The i11 is a tube architecture and emulation of this can be found using Waveshaping modules of Compositor 4. The real tube lamp is on the master channel (Waveshaping 2) as it stays in front of the master output without dc-offset trimming. This also merges the device with old tube radios. Tube characteristics can be found on waveform display and look like the spine of the rising and falling curves of waveform. The more it is smooth and proximate to vertical line, the faster tube is emulated. Most realistic tubes are on z=128. You can emulate transistor lamps with 2-4-6-8 mesh or valve lamps with 2-3-7-8 mesh. You can also emulate tape effects on z=128 selecting the Rt layer. This is an effective tuning of the Compositor 4 instrument. On lower z values, decimation is too hard to achieve the modern lamp or tape technic.

Extra additions to manual: You should turn Ether on to overexcitate the lamp at initial tuning of the system and turn off Ether while achieving communication with equipment.

By ruslany

SASER vs CW Decoder

While being on a high production curve mastering Compositor v3 Hypervisor and Machaon software a new field test produced for the SASER SAS24P3L software, which is mainly responsible for VLF Morse code translations.

In this video you can see the translation of SASER SAS24P3L ver. 1.1.3 output by CW Decoder software. CW Decoder not only detects all bands of SASER SAS24P3L output it can jump from one band to another composing a full message. Now you can see that audible results of a cycling loop do not limit translation possibilities of SASER SAS24P3L. Full long translations can be detected at the SASER output by CW Decoder software and analogous software of different providers. It means that detector is much more sensitive than human ears and what is considered a looped recording is really a multi-band long real-time translation.

Perhaps, I couldn’t imagine the use of SASER SAS24P3L without CW Decoder software from now on mostly because CW Decoder is a free software and SASER is paid one.