Candela 7055 Analyzer is a device for implementation of Ultra Fast Photon Spectroscopy method. Operating: Gene is placed in the dispenser. As a reagent the magnesium chloride buffer stretches of chromosomes in sequential rows of chaotic DNK segments and transmits to the receiver /MgCl2 -dependent DNA polymerase amplification /. The receiver divides the structure into x-vectors. NiS laser beam in fluorescence excitation spectrum of with the wavelength 435 nm passes through the transmitter Annex. Reinforcing reagents MIX1xxx and MIX2xxx in peltied domain stretched chromosomes in sequential rows of random RNA segments. Educated gene passing through the amplifier medium reagent changes nucleotides color. Photons passing through annex of angular prism transmits through the natural filter of colored nucleotides and change their information state that is wavelength. Candela spectrum analyzer transforms acquired refracted translators in photoemission state of the electron emission and charge the sensors. The resulting current localizes the rate of change of the wavelength of the chromosome region. The frequency of new generations determines the synchronization clock. When using a CCD (XXX-XXXXX) clock frequency can be increased up to 8GHz that reduce a time of sequencing of the complete chain of 1bx3 base pairs for B1. Created stream takes sequenced data keys of tRNA base pairing schemes and builds an array projection of polymeric molecules. The subsequent conjugation transfers to the array data of the codon projection. This data consists of 250 million reads, each approximately 100 nucleotides long. DTFT indicates the order of nucleotides within a DNA (using GACT) or RNA (GACU) molecule. To get the raw data of one human genome the theoretical expectation is about 3 hours not including time for sample prep and genome interpretation.