It's time to present the latest in family of Compositors, which is RTOS 9.0.2. It is full-scale real-time network operation system made of Compositor kernels, which helps to test and run them. It consists of 8 Compositor kernels, which run different protocols and an aux channel with interface to customize generic protocols. The protocols are: VSF (framework), RIPv1, RIPv2, OSPF, OSPFv3, BGP, RIPng, EIGRP. You can configure only 7 protocols except of VSF. The framework is used only for counting Autonomous Systems, while RTOS works.
The main interface has two modes: passive and manual. Passive mode helps to learn the routes from selected generic protocol. While manual mode sets manually or from passive mode. This internal structure helps to visualize how the kernel works and its suitable output. Kernels can be set on singing mode, while using them in interface, for this you can overwhelm the kernel with a massive flood of packets. When kernel starts to sing you should initiate a translation by setting L2 mode in interface and enabling the scrub. This way you communicate with kernel. The other thing is when the interface is solved: it happens when you finish the feeding cycle without any output from the kernel. It basically responds with RTOS functionality shut down. Afterwards you are unable to operate RTOS and forced to close the software. The only solution to this is not to solve the protocols cycle and stay one step before the cycle resolution. As it helps to control the flow on the eldest protocols such as RIPng and EIGRP.
Compositor v9 Hypervisor provides the Ethernet communication service based on DRM (Digital Rights Management) server.
This server realizes the work based on IEEE802.1Q Ethernet protocol with frame of 262144 samples.
Two initial buses of the virtual machines, running on Compositor v9 Hypervisor server, translate in VLF range.
SHF work is realized using the algorithm with x2048 oversampling, which allows exiting in high frequency radio ether without intermediate frequency in VHF and UHF ranges.
Virtual machines, running in Compositor v9 Hypervisor DRM server, have demodulation algorithms capable of transmitting the wideband signal such as voice or music.
Maximum pass-band of the server depends on the discretization frequency, by which the executed algorithm works.
Compositor Software virtual machines work with discretization frequency, which depends on your processor speed and audio driver settings.
For optimal sound conditions Compositor v9 Hypervisor uses 11.025 kHz sample-rate with the pass-band of 5512.5 Hz.