Make some noise for net-neutrality - Transfer data over Spotify

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  • org.quietmodem.Quiet

    Quiet for Android - TCP over sound

    The app, which decodes the sound into data, is built around the Quiet library (https://github.com/quiet/org.quietmodem.Quiet). The JavaScript version of this library is used for encoding data to sound. This library works in a very similar way as old broadband modems. Such a modem converts (modulates) a digital signal into analog audio, and converts (demodulates) an analog signal into digital data. This way, computers were able to communicate over telephone lines using hisses and crackles.

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