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Potential for SmileNet, a smilebasic based net service. (using sound analysis)

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  • #41 ✎ 419 kenchic Avatar Taboo I didn't change my avatar for 180 days Website Third Year My account is over 3 years old Website osu! Is Awesome! I love osu! Express Yourself
    Not to mention you would need to set up a dedicated cell service for that a network to exist
    Well seeing that there are currently no alternatives with even the slightest amount of practicality, I'd say this is pretty good. blah blah what is dedicated cell service mean
    Eh... no. SmileNet is a better option. I mean a phone line hooked up to a computer handling the calls. (I’m pretty sure it doesn’t work exactly like that, but you need a receiving end) Direct access to the internet or through a PC connection, such as SmileNet, would work better.
    Posted Edited by kenchic
  • #42 ✎ 274 Shelly
    Not to mention you would need to set up a dedicated cell service for that a network to exist
    Well seeing that there are currently no alternatives with even the slightest amount of practicality, I'd say this is pretty good.
    Eh... no. SmileNet is a better option.
    What does it even do so far? I don't really see that it does much of anything, and the concept is impractical. SmileNet isn't even released.
    Posted Edited by Shelly
  • #43 ✎ 274 Shelly
    Not to mention you would need to set up a dedicated cell service for that a network to exist
    Well seeing that there are currently no alternatives with even the slightest amount of practicality, I'd say this is pretty good. blah blah what is dedicated cell service mean
    Eh... no. SmileNet is a better option. I mean a phone line hooked up to a computer handling the calls. (I’m pretty sure it doesn’t work exactly like that, but you need a receiving end) Direct access to the internet or through a PC connection, such as SmileNet, would work better.
    No, it would be compatible with standard dial-up infrastructure. So if you pay for 300 baud dial-up it is as simple as calling into the number, and connecting your 3ds. The network would not be handled by me, at least as of now.
    Posted
  • #44 ✎ 419 kenchic Avatar Taboo I didn't change my avatar for 180 days Website Third Year My account is over 3 years old Website osu! Is Awesome! I love osu! Express Yourself
    Not to mention you would need to set up a dedicated cell service for a network to exist
    Well seeing that there are currently no alternatives with even the slightest amount of practicality, I'd say this is pretty good.
    Eh... no. SmileNet is a better option.
    What does it even do so far? I don't really see that it does much of anything, and the concept is impractical. SmileNet isn't even released.
    It’s more practical than using the audiojack and a phone for dialup. SmileNet isn’t released, no, but it ‘works’. Any concept for internet in SB is impractical imho.
    Posted
  • #45 ✎ 274 Shelly
    Not to mention you would need to set up a dedicated cell service for a network to exist
    Well seeing that there are currently no alternatives with even the slightest amount of practicality, I'd say this is pretty good.
    Eh... no. SmileNet is a better option.
    What does it even do so far? I don't really see that it does much of anything, and the concept is impractical. SmileNet isn't even released.
    It’s more practical than using the audiojack and a phone for dialup. SmileNet isn’t released, no, but it ‘works’. Any concept for internet in SB is impractical imho.
    I admit it isn't the most practical thing in the world, but it certainly does open up possibilities to what can be done. Such as: -Games which access a server. -Web browsers in SmileBasic
    Posted
  • #46 ✎ 419 kenchic Avatar Taboo I didn't change my avatar for 180 days Website Third Year My account is over 3 years old Website osu! Is Awesome! I love osu! Express Yourself
    Eh... no. SmileNet is a better option. I mean a phone line hooked up to a computer handling the calls. (I’m pretty sure it doesn’t work exactly like that, but you need a receiving end) Direct access to the internet or through a PC connection, such as SmileNet, would work better.
    No, it would be compatible with standard dial-up infrastructure. So if you pay for 300 baud dial-up it is as simple as calling into the number, and connecting your 3ds. The network would not be handled by me, at least as of now.
    Then who? Who is willing to set up a dial-up service for an obscure 3DS game?
    Posted Edited by kenchic
  • #47 ✎ 274 Shelly
    Eh... no. SmileNet is a better option. I mean a phone line hooked up to a computer handling the calls. (I’m pretty sure it doesn’t work exactly like that, but you need a receiving end) Direct access to the internet or through a PC connection, such as SmileNet, would work better.
    No, it would be compatible with standard dial-up infrastructure. So if you pay for 300 baud dial-up it is as simple as calling into the number, and connecting your 3ds. The network would not be handled by me, at least as of now.
    Then who? Who is willing to set up a dial-up service for an obscure 3DS game?
    I really don't think you understand. It uses an old dial up service, such as the ones from the 1990s. You simply call it, and you're connected. There are PLENTY of them which exist. They don't need to be made for the 3ds.
    Posted
  • #48 ✎ 419 kenchic Avatar Taboo I didn't change my avatar for 180 days Website Third Year My account is over 3 years old Website osu! Is Awesome! I love osu! Express Yourself
    Eh... no. SmileNet is a better option. I mean a phone line hooked up to a computer handling the calls. (I’m pretty sure it doesn’t work exactly like that, but you need a receiving end) Direct access to the internet or through a PC connection, such as SmileNet, would work better.
    No, it would be compatible with standard dial-up infrastructure. So if you pay for 300 baud dial-up it is as simple as calling into the number, and connecting your 3ds. The network would not be handled by me, at least as of now.
    Then who? Who is willing to set up a dial-up service for an obscure 3DS game?
    I really don't think you understand. It uses an old dial up service, such as the ones from the 1990s. You simply call it, and you're connected. There are PLENTY of them which exist. They don't need to be made for the 3ds.
    Oh. Well. This is suddenly actually an appealing option. Of course, it will still be as slow as the ‘old’ SmileNet, which used audio (I think). Oh well, it’s not like I have the right cords for that anyway ;-;
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  • #49 ✎ 274 Shelly If someone did want to make there own dial-up service provider they easily could. They would need to get several POTS (plain old telephone service) lines. This basically allows one phone number to handle multiple calls, similarly to how businesses do it. The next steps correspond to a method which I know works. However, I also know that this is in no way the only method. What you want to do is locate an old tablet. Be sure it has a modem, and a WiFi card. Then, connect it to your WiFi, and plug in one of the phone lines you set up into it. If this is done correctly you should have the consumer's modem talking to your WiFi via the tablet's modem. You might have to go into the tablet's settings in order to get this to work. That's really all there is to it. This method works by connecting all of the tablets to the rest of the internet via your WiFi connection. Each person won't use more than a few hundred bps, so it is easy to get a lot of people connected while still having good speeds. I'm not entirely sure how the IP addresses would be given out with this method, software tweaks may need to be implemented to fix this. Posted
  • #50 ✎ 274 Shelly Today I did a lot of work on implementing TCP/ IP features. Over the next week I hope to: -Perfect the timing, to assure proper transmission -Full implementation of certain protocols. Once one is done it should be simple to add more, simply by following the same procedure multiple times. -Work on decoding the received information, to make a simple web browser application. More info to come as I get more working. Like I said before, the main focus for me is getting the raw communication working, and letting other people make their own browsers. Posted Edited by Shelly
  • #51 ✎ 61 ninjagnu
    at that point if 8 samples per millisecond could somehow represent one byte then we could send 1000 bytes a second (1 Megabyte i'm pretty sure)
    Technically that's 24 bytes less than a MB. :)
    Posted
  • #52 ✎ 61 ninjagnu
    at that point if 8 samples per millisecond could somehow represent one byte then we could send 1000 bytes a second (1 Megabyte i'm pretty sure)
    Technically that's 24 bytes less than a MB. :)
    1000 bytes is a kilobyte.
    1024 bytes is a KB... 1024*1024 bytes is a MB everything is powers of 2.
    Posted Edited by ninjagnu
  • #53 ✎ 1619 12Me21 Head Admin Second Year My account is over 2 years old Website Syntax Highlighter Received for creating the code syntax highlighter on SBS Night Person I like the quiet night and sleep late. Express Yourself Ooh I can already tell this is going to get bad... Posted
  • #54 ✎ 274 Shelly
    Ooh I can already tell this is going to get bad...
    What makes you think that?
    Posted Edited by Shelly
  • #55 ✎ 61 ninjagnu
    Ooh I can already tell this is going to get bad...
    What makes you think that?
    Not sure. Your project seems very interesting can't wait for a key to come out. :)
    Posted
  • #56 ✎ 274 Shelly The skype call idea might not be the worst idea possbile. It would be fairly simple using FSK and sync tones. However, there are some things I would adjust. First off, there would need to be "links" in the network, which would basically be two 3ds systems connected via multiplayer, which would be able to link 2 networks, making them into one network. Just an idea. It could be used to make an intranet. Posted
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