SASER for iPhone and iPad in the App Store
Hyperbolic software-defined radio SASER is now available for all modern Apple platforms. Starting with iOS and iPadOS 16.2, as well as macOS Ventura 13.1 (Apple Silicon), you can purchase this application from the global Apple App Store at the link below:
The SASER 2.0 version available on the App Store has several technological solutions at once. First, buffer collisions now determine the carrier wave, thus detecting other hyperbolic and VLF stations. Secondly, a complete resynthesis of beacon signals is possible. Thus, you can connect to a managed BCI modem such as Compositor and edit its broadcast, deliberately transferring the autonomous system to another carrier. This is necessary due to the complete collision-free deployment of the BCI modem, while collisions are still needed to simulate real communication, but within reasonable limits. Thirdly, SASER 2.0 works with the 2nd derivative of the hyperbolic function, which allows you to significantly increase the time of the station on the air and increase the range of the trunk for local transmission. SASER 2.0 warning system supports broadcasting for one-to-many mode, which is ideal for telegraph notification style in emergency situations. SASER 2.0, like the previous version, can operate in VTTY telegraph mode, where the physical communication line is limited only by the VLF wave propagation medium. By increasing the number of subscribers of the SASER network, you can significantly load the virtual PBX, so you will have to increase the computing power of the Compositore network, which runs on completely non-collision generic modems. The modems themselves are not yet client-based and are undergoing the beta testing stage, where the ideal solution would be to combine SASER and Compositor algorithms into a single software with data management and transmission. Such software could be a VLF VPN service that would work independently of the distribution environment and connection to other networks.
VLF waves propagated by the SASER program can also be perceived by the basilar membrane, as they are in the audible spectrum of frequencies. At the same time, they are interpreted as a manually configured modem signal. For such a modem to work, you need to set all the parameters of the feedback loops before initiating an on-air session and activate the passive interface with subsequent disconnection when in case of a collision. A collision is a transmission line trunk, so you connect yourself to an on-air network. This helps to overcome Compositor dialing and increase the number of subscribers. Thus, if you want to aggregate your resources, simply enabling SASER 2.0 can significantly increase the number of communication points to which your machine is connected.