V12 engine virtualization
By virtualizing the pipes and non-linear transformation found on the first aviation motor engines the RTC4k able to achieve real-time operation in modern VLF navigation systems. The positioning and targeting is as precise as a quantum approach can give with the ability to track up to 24 frames giving the result of 1,572,864 pixels in one operation circuit simultaneously.
VLF operation transceiver with cross-interpolation scheme
The pipeline of RTC4k is VLF operation capable of achieving 2.89 Gbit/s data rate. This is enough not only to transmit the VLF radio stations signal, but also to make precise positioning using signal strength method.
4th order Band-Pass Butterworth filters for signal multiplexing
The VLF transmission is a task very crucial for signal discretization. By applying Quantum Interpolation discretization with 4th order Band-Pass Butterworth filters one can achieve the representation in time domain capable of reproducing the given spectrum. By variable scanning of the VLF radio stations, RTC4k suitable for precise marine navigation and detection.
8th order Low-Pass Butterworth master filter
The master filter ensures no aliasing will be present in signal after discretization of synthesized VLF radio stations signal. The signal is completely resynthesized using 64-bit waveguide resonators sensible to frequency of the sound. This ensures state of the art signal quality SDR communication.
Schroeder reverberator with four comb filters and two all-pass networks
Resynthesized VLF radio stations signal routed into Schroeder reverberator for pristine clear experience of audio imaging. Automatic scaling is used to receive error-free hitless signal with stereo processing.
Two-section waveguide filters with 64-bit amplitude change detector
The waveguide filters is physically modeled tubes, which simulate the v12 engine and acts as an amplifier with normalization. This way RTC4k can compare the amplitude of a signal before and after passing the waveguide for detection and normalization as precise as 64-bit representation can take. The snapshots compared on three different layers cross connected with modern interpolation engine.
Native stereo-imaging by MS coding
The copper twisted pair wires inspired a new set of sum-difference imaging taking a signal from the output paths and precisely merging it to ensure the real 3D sound experience. SDR design makes it possible to run very fast DSP inside ones computer and merge three channels of operation into a stereo pair by employing MS coding method.
Block-cipher with 128-bit encryption scheme with variable keying
RTC4k uses stochastic radiolocation by employing VLF stations scanner with a block-cipher scheme. The scanner uses 128-bit encryption scheme achieving virus-free operation.
Spherical representation for holographic visual device
Holography is a latest trend in the industry of stereo imaging ensuring the right parallax coherence via simulated chain of stereo panning. MS coding gives the best results for this operation and enhances the holographic view.