How to Upgrade Your Internet Speed in California- Crowdfunding

November 25, 2016 by  
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Outdated technology causes slow internet. Most services are never up to the speed they claim. Slow internet is what makes it hard live stream online and watch movies. GPON is Gigabit Passive Optic Network technology. It was invented in the IEEE together with The International Telecommunication Union. This new network will work at the speed of 1 Gigabit per minute.

You can be an investor at $10,000, or a local partner for $80 or just a supporter for only $5. There are many ways to get involved with this project. Even if multiple people in one home are using the internet, the speed will not slow down.

Find out how to invest in this project here. https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/upgradin-your-internet-speed-up-to-1gbps-in-ca-usa#/

 

 

Crowdfunding: DTSoft – Decom Telemetry Software

August 18, 2015 by  
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DTSoft – Decom  Telemetry Software

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Supporting software development for TM systems

DTSoft designs and manufactures telemetry products for the flight test and antenna tracking communities. DTSoft intends to demonstrate its products at the prestigious International Telemetry Conference, ITC USA 2015, Oct 26 – Oct 29, at Bally’s in Las Vegas.

DTSoft provides a way to get data to and from the outside world.  For the decoder side, it can even replace a piece of hardware (the framesync/decom).  Likewise with the encoder side. The use of the gateway products coupled with the power of the DTSoft software, gives you a quite reasonably priced (relatively speaking),  method to play with data, as well as a more universal method.  Even the cabling is cheaper.

DTSoft will explore TMoIP, telemetry over IP.  Instead of just another trend it heralds the future for the industry.  Like everything else, telemetry data transport is going to the network and computers, once it gets out of the air (or before it gets into the air, as the case may be).  Very akin to VOIP (voice over IP that many phones are now, teleconferencing systems, etc.).

Some gateways can take the network data and reproduce the clock and data (e.g. IPtec TNP-100).  This lends itself to another product from DtSoft, the TDynaSim.  This is a full software PCM encoder, capable of creating async embedded streams, as well as the generation of PRN patterns.  This would give you the complete package from the encoder side of things through the decoder side of the house.  RF included if so desired.

The results is that you have the ability to take the data directly from whatever source that created the clock/data and get it into a form you can use in the PC.  For instance:

  • Bitsync – From a single bitsync, to a bitsync farm
  • PCM Encoder – Take the clock/data lines directly from your vehicle PCM encoder.
  • RF Receiver – For range receiver types (e.g. Quasonix Gen 2, Lumistar Ls-35, Semco), take the data right from the clock/data outputs to put into the gateway.  Now you’ve just eliminated the need for a framesync/decom card.
  • Data recorder that doesn’t put out network packets, but does put out clock/data.

This way one is able to go to a test range, in the peanut gallery, taking just your laptop and a gateway, and being able to plug into the range complex’s clock/data line and process/view the data as you see fit.  (Many ranges provide a clock/data source in the viewing gallery).

Take your laptop on-board a vehicle under test, in flight, tie into the PCM encoder, and monitor/analyze the data in real time. Take your laptop and a reverse gateway and play back a flight test recording, into a system you’ll be running a live flight on later, or perform a BERT or CRC check on that system prior to the expensive flight test itself.

Support this project and get this enhancement in the field.  http://igg.me/at/decomsoft/x/406308

The BuddyList Social Network is an Anonymous alternative to Facebook

July 25, 2015 by  
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The BuddyList Social Network is an anonymous alternative to Facebook that doesn’t sell your personal data to any one. BuddyList purports to be a community that doesn’t invade your privacy. BuddyList believes a social network should be about staying connected with your friends and family and having fun.

Quoted in “Wikipedia,” the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) supports BuddyList’s primary reason to jump away from Facebook by identifying two personal information aggregation techniques, called “connections” and “instant personalization,” which assure that anyone has access even to personal information that you may not have intended to be publicly available.
This is how it works, you create a “Connection” to most of the things that you click a “Like button” for, and Facebook will treat those relationships as public information. For example, if you “Like” a Page on Facebook, that then creates a public connection. If you Like a movie or restaurant on a non-Facebook website (and if that site is using Facebook’s OpenGraph system), that creates a public connection either to the applicable Page on Facebook or to the affiliated website.

Furthermore, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) notes that “For users that have not opted out, Instant Personalization is instant data leakage. As soon as you visit the sites in the pilot program (Yelp, Pandora, and Microsoft Docs) the sites can access your name, your picture, your gender, your current location, your list of friends, everything that Facebook classifies as public information. Even if you opt out of Instant Personalization, there’s still data leakage if your friends use these “Instant Personalization websites,” their activities can give away information about you, unless you block those applications individually.” This can be challenging to do.

Alternatively, at BuddyList you are able to post status messages, comment on just about everything, share your photo’s with your friends and family, play games, voice chat, create meme pics, blog, and so much more without the Facebook complications.
This is everything people expect from a social network, devoid of the commercial revenue programs. BuddyList does not sell any of your data to any one and they do not ask for much personal information nor care if you provide your real info. The intent is to have fun, involve your friends, and help the community grow.

Support this project and generate social media outlet choices.  Buddy list 

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