Martian network

The Martian network is used for transmission of information between nodes (settlements, transport, people, robots) - based on wireless devices - storage devices that are managed by the electronic brain. Unlike Internet protocols (the main data transfer Protocol – TCP-IP), the transmission Protocol in the Martian network based on streaming data processing and image recognition request. The radio network has no zones and routers, there is no need to divide cell-cell antennas on zone – Mars is not inhabited. The radio signal in short intervals contains all the data submitted by users, including reflected. Task is to divide and sort them by shapes (images) that will make electronic brain.

Communication problems can be solved with the help of a reflector of Phobos and reflective features of the Deimos.

View of Mars from a satellite. Photo from the book "Sun and its family", M. Ivanovskiy, research. ed. doctor of physico-mathematical sciences, Professor M.S. Eigenson. - Min. prosv. RSFSR. - 1957

 

The main station can be on the biggest Volcano of Mars - Olympus and correct and amplify weak radio signals.

The emission spectrum of the stations is in the range of short waves, line-of-sight you can use the microwave range. For night connection longwave and mediumwave range suitable.

A day on Mars is close to Earth. Year twice as long as ours.

Photo from the book "Sun and its family", M. Ivanovskiy, research. ed. doctor of physico-mathematical sciences, Professor M.S. Eigenson. - Min. prosv. RSFSR. - 1957

 

The atmosphere on Mars is thinner than on Earth, and its structure is somewhat similar to the earth's structure. The pressure is 10-100 times smaller than the earth depending on the wind, time of year and location.

So people will be hidden in the dwellings, and the antenna can be placed at higher elevations.

Mars has a lot of smooth depressions resembling plates, they can accommodate a microwave transmitters direct communication via the satellites of Mars, other planets and satellites. The technology applicable to data transmission on a radio channel is designed for AI - Martian.

Photo from the book "Handbook of shortwave" Ed. DOSAAF. Moscow 1953.

 

Photo from the book "Physical quantities. Guide." Energoatomizdat. A.P. Babichev., N.A. Babushkina, A.M. Bratkovskiy and other - 1991.

 

Photo from the book "Physical quantities. Guide." Energoatomizdat. A.P. Babichev., N.A. Babushkina, A.M. Bratkovskiy and other - 1991.