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In this case, the data coming in through input is encoded at the encoding chip which encodes the data from compressed format to RGB code and assigned its particular frequency per bit RGB code. The decoding chip decodes the frequencies received into their corresponding RGB code through the accessing of a lookup table described abovethen converts the RGB format in to its corresponding 24 bit binary string, reassembles the packets of 24 bit binary strings into the original binary string which was encoded at an encoderand at this point may send the string to the Device CPU also referred to as processorpreferably to be decompressed if used in conjunction with the data compression component and accessed, and then to the output As a result, it is a more efficient data compression component. The preferred embodiment of the system comprises a decoding device or encoding device, table 311 corresponding binary and non-binary string types both in communication, where the encoding device and decoding device include architecture for performing the methods described herein.

The use of the CMYK model would increase the file size to be transmitted, but still would table 311 corresponding binary and non-binary string types. The accessing of a lookup table for generating a particular frequency by the frequency control pertaining to a given color code is why the preferred embodiment includes a receiving terminal outfitted with a parallel decoder. In the preferred embodiment, a file to be compressed is input into the system at inputthen compressed according to the instructions in, for example Module Asuch instructions executed by processor Current compression systems do not operate on raw binary to compress simply a string of zeroes and ones.

The last substring would also then be assigned the RGB color corresponding to the built-up substring. The disclosed system may be employed at any wireless communicating terminal such as servers, cell towers or satellites, not just routers table 311 corresponding binary and non-binary string types tablets. This is because the preferred system includes the capability of transmitting as well as receiving data in variable frequencies. This comparison may be performed using a standard library for comparing the data with the appropriate compression key. It should be noted that the Figures depict an embodiment of the hardware configuration for the system, however other configurations are contemplated and made part of this disclosure.

The compression keys are then used to translate an uncompressed file into a compressed file—and vice versa on a parallel decompression. The method can be seen as having two parts in an embodiment. Implemented in a computerized device, Step may be program instructions for the initialization, which is basically a header and for instructions to execute the method. The storage device is connected to the bus by a drive interface.

For a given binary spectrum that was generated in stepthe data is partitioned into two-bit packets. The technology uses a different frequency band, but only one frequency presently 60 GHz. Therefore, this data is the data to be encoded compressed by the encoding device.

This configuration is possible with the aid of programming known in the art for reducing noise or fluctuations caused by, table 311 corresponding binary and non-binary string types example a wave at a particular frequency changing frequencies due to outside interference, such as atmospheric conditions, altering the wave slightly. Upon receipt of the compressed file by a decoding devicethe data compression component will read a compression header. Another way of explaining this is that it often occurs that the data itself is not divisible by the bit depth of the color used. For instance, while spaces may be most prevalent in a given text, certain colors might be most prevalent in an image.

Shown is a standard extended VGA connector, however, it can be any connector with similar capability. The transmitting terminal and the receiving terminal further comprise a computerized device for communicating with a frequency controller and antenna for wireless data transmission. The disclosed system attacks the problem of transfer speed at its source limitations on traditional binary transmission in addition to improving transfer speed. Generating a binary spectrum for a particular FileSize means that the data compression component generates a spectrum of zeros of the same size as a given file size also referred to herein as FileSize —the binary spectrum is all the possibilities of table 311 corresponding binary and non-binary string types and ones fora file size of a given size. This binary string may further be decompressed if compressed at the transmitting terminal.

The technology uses a different frequency band, but only one frequency presently 60 GHz. The disclosure may operate on a computing device with more than one processor or on a group of networked computing devices, servers, or a combination of both. If the file has a compression header, then Logfile is read and an array defined, FileSize.