# Extremely parallel QPM -- another one of my telecommuniations imaginations

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Hi:

Please don't get upset at me.

I am currently thinking about an extremely hypothetical form of QPM
[Quantized Phase Modulation] in telecommunications technology. This too
theoretical-too-be-realistic QPM uses 1-phase-per-symbol and
1-symbol-per-phone-line-per-second. In QPM, 1-bit allows for 2 phases.
So 1-phase assumes 1 bit for every 2 symbols. But since only
1-symbol-per-phone-line-per-second is used, the measurement is
phase-per-symbol, not bit-per-symbol. Anyways, this device attempts to
achieve a data rate of Graham's-number amount of bytes per second by
using 2 X 16 X Graham's number amount of telephone lines. 2, because 1
phase makes up only 1 of the 2 states that a bit can represent. 16,
because a byte is made of 8-bits, and no more than one phase [1 out of
the 2 states a single bit can allow] is allowed per-symbol and no more
than 1-symbol-per-phone-line-per-second is permitted.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graham 's_number

Now that is a lot of telephone lines! (2 X 16 X Graham's number) lines

If it were possible and feasible for such QPM to exist, what would be

If I had and audio system that could play this data through a speaker,
what would I hear? Would it sound anything like those V.92 dial-up
modems when they just connect to the internet?

Also, would my QPM qualify as PSK [Phase-Shift-Keying] or
M[Multiple]-PSK? Or is it more like Pulse-Phase-Modulation?

I am aware that this scenario is so unrealistic -- because of the
Graham's number -- that it can only exist in simulated reality.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simulated_reality

Anyways, I call it "extremely parallel" because there is
1-phase-per-line, no more, no less.

Thanks,

Re: Extremely parallel QPM -- another one of my telecommuniations imaginations

In my hypothetical scenario...

Each phone line uses a different phone number.

Each phone line uses a different ISP.

Each phone line uses a different IP address.

Each phone line uses a different MAC address.

Re: Extremely parallel QPM -- another one of my telecommuniations imaginations

That lot of words confused one of us. As far as I can see, your system
carries no information at all. Just show us the math; then we can judge.

Jerry

Re: Extremely parallel QPM -- another one of my telecommuniations imaginations
Jerry Avins wrote:

The following occurs in my hypothetical system:

Quote from Jason [cincydsp@gmail.com]:

"If you allow the various phase-modulation signals to have multiple
phases and therefore carry information, then all you have is an enormous
set of parallel phase-modulated channels. As long as you had the
infrastructure in the PSTN network to support the connections, then you
would get linear scaling of total "bits/sec" capacity with the number of
phone lines."

Re: Extremely parallel QPM -- another one of my telecommuniations imaginations

Just multiplex it down one optical line using QM entangled photons.

--
Dirk

http://www.transcendence.me.uk/ - Transcendence UK
Remote Viewing classes in London

Re: Extremely parallel QPM -- another one of my telecommuniations imaginations
Dirk Bruere at NeoPax wrote:

Huh?

Re: Extremely parallel QPM -- another one of my telecommuniations imaginations