The Radio Telescopes of the future should contain a Radio astronomical device for separating the frequency bins into the distinguished tones while submitting the output of the received audio material to the input of such device. The device intended not only to compound the unwanted noises from the positive attributes of the signal quality but to process the input for signal degradation using the Year parameter to control the signal appearance in a spectrum for different time values. Overall, such device can be installed on any small-scale system for amateur Radio Astronomy and any user of Ableton Live 9 should take a value from a forthcoming Compositor Software product, which is MDL12 Multiline Delay Module for processing and utilizing of such signals.
One not only can process the input material, you can also process prerecorded tracks to test its possibilities. But primarily use of this device is for observation of radio signals from deep space objects and their modeling in a selected superposition of Gregorian time scale. For example, you are receiving a strong radio signal, which you demodulate and wish to model how it will sound ten years from now on. Just adjust Year parameter to the time position of ten years from now on and submit the result. The Ableton Live 9 was selected as a host and can run MDL12 Max for Live device in 64bit and 32bit modes successfully doing the task in real-time. The processor work load is really high for the moment being and it takes up to fifteen seconds to load the device, but when it is installed and running you have no other problems and can track such signals even in automatic mode, which selects different time values by a probability density functions. Other Compositor Software instruments can be used to submit input to MDL12 M4L device to model sound spectrum coming from Star systems on different levels of amplification and observation speeds. There are three levels in Compositor Software modules: real-time, signal rate and transmission rate, all of which can be submitted as samples to MDL12 input. These deterministic models have the ability to represent the Solar system using diverse angles (see Time Machine solution for Ableton Live 9 post) in a selected superposition of time.
To conclude it is a task of free will to enter in a deep scale knowledge starting from this device, but I must advise it to install on any Radio Telescopes found on the planet Earth for proper measurements and hence is my value for the market of Time and Space exploration.