High-bandwidth telegraph

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The high-bandwidth telegraph is a variant of the telegraph constructed by Louis-François Handfield in February 2017,[1] using periodic components based on queen bee to achieve a transmission rate of one bit per 192 ticks. The same ten signals are sent as in the original telegraph and the p1 telegraph, but information is encoded more efficiently in the timing of those signals. Specifically, the new transmitter sends five bits every 960 ticks by adjusting the relative timings inside each of the five mirror-image paired subunits of the composite signal in the beehive-chain lightspeed wire fuse.

References

  1. Louis-François Handfield (February 19, 2017). Re: High Bandwidth Telegraph (discussion thread) at the ConwayLife.com forums

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