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New increased capacity for transmission channels

An electronic device that is used for the emission and reception of telecommunication signals increases the amount of information that can be transmitted over the existing telecommunication channels.
New increased capacity for transmission channels
Telecommunication signals are a number of modulated information packages transmitted over electronic means. As the amount of the information contained in the signal increases, its bandwidth increases as well, and it occupies proportionally more space of the transmission channel. However, there are a number of reasons that impose limitations to the bandwidth available for each application.

A Moroccan company has invented an electronic device for signal emission and reception that can increase the capacity of the transmission channel and consequently can increase the amount of the transmitted information. This device can be used to transmit either digital or analog signals as well as combinations of these two.

The signals can be modulated to any kind of the standard modulations, and can be transmitted over any kind of wired or cordless transmission channel. It can be easily intergraded into conventional equipment for emission and reception of signals such as telephones, radios, PCs, etc. The main advantage of this innovation is that by enabling the higher exploitation of the existing telecommunication channels, the utilisation costs can be decreased for the benefit of both users and companies.

The device can be used with success in almost all the sectors where signal transmission is involved such as telephony, radio frequency or satellite broadcasting etc. Finally, the invention can be used as the platform for the development of new telecommunication services.
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