Jaxon modulation

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Jaxon modulation is a modulation system for placing information on a bitstream generated by a finite generator.

A bitstream of random nature can most probably not have any extra information modulated onto it. While a bitstream with zero entropy can have any amount of information modulated onto it, but such a stream which holds the modulated information can not be made by a finite generator. In between these two grounds of maximal entropy and minimal entropy perhaps a finite generator exists for a stream having a ratio of 4 to 1 in the bit states.

The bounds for the stream entropy is more than two to one of one bit state to the other for the bit statistics. A three to one bit state bias would allow modulation of information onto the stream at 3/16ths of the stream's bit rate.

3/4*((N-2)/(N+1)) = rate of modulation factor for N to 1 bit state biased carrier stream.