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Treetop said:
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...but:

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316414514115404!!!! :lol:
 
I don't think the security problem is there, unless the bits are somehow imprinted on the fluid molecules. The idea is to scrub the molecules off of the bits when (or right before) they enter the antenna. If the bits end up in the recycle tank, then they haven't made it into the computer, have they? Clearly this would not be acceptable.
 
OK, I'm going to "break" strict security silence here just so you guys get "clued" into a dominant missing factor that needs serious consideration for this issue. You are all forgeting about the aliens involvement with the earth's ionoshpere and how it plays a major factor with wirless transmission "tapping", mainly for understanding our technology for their future purposes. :lol:

Of course all of this is still trying to be understood by our scientific community so details are a little sketchy.
 
BraveSirRobbin said:
OK, I'm going to "break" strict security silence here just so you guys get "clued" into a dominant missing factor that needs serious consideration for this issue. You are all forgeting about the aliens involvement with the earth's ionoshpere and how it plays a major factor with wirless transmission "tapping", mainly for understanding our technology for their future purposes. :lol:

Of course all of this is still trying to be understood by our scientific community so details are a little sketchy.
Yet another reason to adopt the shielded pipeline approach suggested previously.

However, since not everyone will be willing/able to adopt that approach, maybe research needs to be done to include alien repellent molecules in the mixture. Once these have attached themselves to the bits, we should be safe (for a while).
 
OK... Well I think that I have to give in at this point. I have gone the shielded pipeline approach. This is what I have so far:
spud1.jpg


NOTE: The spray pump in the center, and the old spray relief valve just underneath the main feed. I found that when I actually had this in service, and was testing the fluid for overall effeciency, that I had to brace the entire assambly with steel strapping to prevent oscillation. Also notice the remote spray adjustment box to the right of the picture.
 
I'm going to cry!!!!

I'm not a programmer, and now I'm lost!!!!

Ahhhh, didn't mean to make you cry :lol: I guess I'll share my decoder ring. I found it in a box of Cracker Jacks...

Thats a beautiful prototype Skibum! Let us no how much juice you are going through. This is may be the next big thing... I'd grab a patent pronto! Wonder if you could use the existing spinkler systems in large office buildings (may require some modifications to the nozzles, but...)

I don't think the security problem is there, unless the bits are somehow imprinted on the fluid molecules. The idea is to scrub the molecules off of the bits when (or right before) they enter the antenna. If the bits end up in the recycle tank, then they haven't made it into the computer, have they? Clearly this would not be acceptable.

Good point. Didn't think about the bits having to be scrubbed off of the molecules, thus no worries about saturation, or security leaks.
 
But BSR,

Aliens tapping into and learning our technology??


I thought we had gotten this magic spray as a gift from the aliens!
 
forgive me for the LIMP drawing. But Corel was giving me a hell of a time for some reason and I gave up.

But you get the idea. :lol:

You should have seen what I had in mind for the 2 guys on either side, referancing the porn tapping! Prob better corel pooped out!!!!!! ;)
 
smee said:
Code:
(defun convert-hex-to-text (binary-string)
  (with-output-to-string (stream)
     (loop with i = 0
           while (<= i (length binary-string))
           for hex-byte = (subseq binary-string i (+ i 2))
           for byte     = (read-from-string (format nil "0x~a" hex-byte))
           do (format stream "~c" (code-char byte))
              (setf i (+ i 2))
     )
  )
)
Dang blang it!... I hit delete instead of edit :p
orginal statement (or close enough)

Hey smee,

What language is this written in? Or more importantly, in which program would I run this? I have a potential project where i will need to decode and parse hex strings for the W800 and this may save me a lot of time :)
 
Treetop said:
smee said:
Code:
(defun convert-hex-to-text (binary-string)
  (with-output-to-string (stream)
     (loop with i = 0
           while (<= i (length binary-string))
           for hex-byte = (subseq binary-string i (+ i 2))
           for byte     = (read-from-string (format nil "0x~a" hex-byte))
           do (format stream "~c" (code-char byte))
              (setf i (+ i 2))
     )
  )
)
Dang blang it!... I hit delete instead of edit :(
orginal statement (or close enough)

Hey smee,

What language is this written in? Or more importantly, in which program would I run this? I have a potential project where i will need to decode and parse hex strings for the W800 and this may save me a lot of time :)
I was about to reply, and then your message disappeared. But it's back now.

The code is written in a language called AML, but the syntax is close to LISP. I would imagine that almost any language you might work with will have a built-in way to handle any conversions you need and it will be simpler. This code is actually a bit kludgy since AML doesn't have a complete set of conversion functions (and it's probably not the most elegant code, anyway, but it was quick).

The only reason I wrote it in AML is because that's the language I spend most of my day working with. It's a language that was developed by the company I work for and is used for modeling (usually) engineering systems. If you'd like a copy, I can put you in touch with our sales department. Be prepared to write a pretty big check, though. :p
 
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