Electrical Transmission of Characters/Letters

Imagine if you will, a way to encode and decode variations in voltage on a transmission line into 26 letters; What would these fluctuations in voltage look like?

In the example I give above, if you have five signal voltages of 1.0v 1.2v, 1.4v, 1.6v and 1.8v.

The letter “A” would be represented by:

  • 50ms of 1.0v indicating silence
  • 50ms of 1.2v
  • 1.2v ramping up in a linear fashion to 1.8v and back down to 1.2v over the course of 100ms
  • 1.2v for an additional 50ms
  • A sharp drop back to operating voltage (1.0v) of the signal carrier.

This concept would potentially allow for the transmission of text or even data through basic electrical systems without interrupting their normal operation!

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More Efficient Characters/Letters

The thought dawned on me to create a single-stroke character set for faster writing… The idea is to not lift the pen whilst writing a single character. Some of the alphabet can remain the same, but perhaps these alien-looking substitutions can speed up the writing process:

…wait a minute, does anyone even write anymore?

Active Projects

Just thought I’d start thinking out loud publicly again, here are the current projects I have in the works:

  • Weather Radio and Radar
  • FNAF Character Builder
  • Jump and Shoot (Based on Xash3D FWGS)

More project specific info will be forthcoming!

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