C code for a low-level migration path

C code for a low-level migration path

The C code from an earlier patent is at github.com/DQ4IoT/Near-Perfect-Layer-2-Throughput, and we would like to begin a global developer community based upon the novel fully drawn layer 2 MAC protocol specification. The specification was recently published at pdfpiw.uspto.gov/.piw, but only has IPR in the US. Outside the US, no FRAND license will be needed, and no license is needed anywhere within the chip community.

We are developing C code which would then be compiled by a number of tools depending on the chip in which the compiler output code will be ported, tested and debugged.

The result will be interoperable Distributed Queue Switch Architecture as a universal network solution so that all networks can have a common Medium Access Control (MAC).

We will unify Internet of Things by emulating the MAC employed by the DASH7 Alliance which is the only next-gen IoT standard operating with near-perfect throughput. And because DQSA can do Ethernet b...
The C code from an earlier patent is at github.com/DQ4IoT/Near-Perfect-Layer-2-Throughput, and we would like to begin a global developer community based upon the novel fully drawn layer 2 MAC protocol specification. The specification was recently published at pdfpiw.uspto.gov/.piw, but only has IPR in the US. Outside the US, no FRAND license will be needed, and no license is needed anywhere within the chip community.

We are developing C code which would then be compiled by a number of tools depending on the chip in which the compiler output code will be ported, tested and debugged.

The result will be interoperable Distributed Queue Switch Architecture as a universal network solution so that all networks can have a common Medium Access Control (MAC).

We will unify Internet of Things by emulating the MAC employed by the DASH7 Alliance which is the only next-gen IoT standard operating with near-perfect throughput. And because DQSA can do Ethernet better than Ethernet (but without the middle hardware), migrating legacy IEEE 802.x.x devices will provide performance improvement. We must, however, reinsert the backoff period for legacy migration but this is a small price to pay.

Finally, because DQSA was originally invented for simultaneous synchronous/asynchronous flows on cable TV, it is in fact a broadcast architecture for one to one, one to many, or one to all for the low cost of a single transmission, and converging the Internet world with the traditional broadcast world...or, one network that can do everything.

Ideally, DQSA should first be applied to ZigBee, Wireless HART, and IEEE 802.22 for TV White Space with software defined radios.
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Jonathan Gael
An AT&T kid from North Jersey, solving a grand challenge to save privacy and close the digital divide.