Connection to RTOS from geographically remote location
Two-week experiment of connecting to RTOS from geographically remote location is finished. During this two-week experiment I connected to RTOS from the territory of the other country using the RTOS dump, which is recorded using wavelets only. Dump includes 5276 routing tables and communicates with the authorization point of 18 June 2019. This is 192 kHz dump and it authorizes RTOS in all available bands of radio spectrum.
Tests performed during experiment:
- Satellite TV channel matrix injection;
- Routes deployment to RTOS MIB routing tables using generic navigation;
- Remote connection to RTOS of other producers.
As the device for connection of RTOS I used rewired mobile phone on Android 4.4.2. It is rewired using four 64-bit middleware files, which are the part of RTOS MIB and are master filters for Ethernet injections. This mobile phone is autonomous in relation to other devices of that operator (the name of the operator retain unknown due to ethical considerations). In other words, it does not allow producing injection of a single routing table or routing path from the 3d party manufacturers. In attempt of 3d party applications to perform the injection, the mobile phone just stops this application operation. As stated earlier, this mobile phone can work only with Compositor RTOS 9.0.1 MIB.
Experiment 1: Satellite TV channel matrix injection
Using RTOS dump and the virtual optical port knowledge (in that experiment I used the configuration with virtual electric port), I injected the channel matrix of Russian digital TV. Experiment was successful attaining the full signal strength on the territory of sovereign state. Small bufferization errors are possible, because the host mobile phone, used to inject dump, does not allow using authorizations higher than z16. For this experiment I mainly used the CA (Cavity) emission, of the Cavity routing path. I used the orientation of virtual electric port in relation to signal constellation of satellite group, oriented on a Polar star. This experiment evidently shows, that for injecting of a channel matrix of satellite TV there is no need in dish type antenna, only the virtual electric port is needed and RTOS dump, loaded into a cell-phone. Experiment is conducted from a state of silent channel with no signal at all to injecting the channel matrix by dump with signal appearance, by the right orientation of virtual optical port on the Polar star.
Experiment 2: Routes deployment to RTOS MIB routing tables using generic navigation
In conductance with the first experiment the full navigation by all routing tables included in RTOS dump was attained. The geographic position was selected to achieve a bad signal reception. The object was situated in a cavity with mountains height of 500 to 800 meters. In such cavity the signal propagation is strictly limited, and so the technology of virtual optical port proved to be good.
Experiment 3: Remote connection to RTOS of other producers
In a trip, there was also checked the compatibility of 3d party manufacturers RTOS systems. In particular, virtual optical port was tested against Eutelsat 36B software, which performs the broadcasting on this region. The substitution of the channel matrix performed on the virtual electric port input, which performed a signal reception from mobile phone. The phone, on its own, performed the navigation by the routing tables, transferred through the dump. For this 9 to 12 dump injections during a day were made.