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Thread: PIC17C44 & Modem
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> and speed up 8 or more times the actual data links.  All the transmitted
> data was to be saved (buffered) in such memory using a very efficient
> indexing algoritm. Whenever a new data should be transmitted, the
> indexing system would try to locate the same data already in the memory,
> and if yes, will send just the indexed read command to the remote
> modem.  You can call it an "MPEG" compression modem style...

    If I understand correctly, is that just a variation on the hash table
concept? It sounds pretty neat, especially if you are transfering things
with repetative patterns in them. TTYL


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