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sleepsleep
woke up and... somehow, subconsciously, i got this idea.

before i detail it, could somebody insight me, with current available technology,
is there a limit on how many times we can flash a laser light in a seconds?
1 time = 1 on then 1 off.
Post 27 Mar 2009, 00:14
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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


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I was reading things like this yesterday but due to lack of time I haven't read much.

If you found more data (e.g. info about working prototypes would be excellent), share it with us.
Post 27 Mar 2009, 00:41
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dosin



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Light from a laser speed gun moves -- about 984000000 feet per second (300000000 meters), or roughly 1 foot (30 cm) per nanosecond.

or this is more what you were looking for:

The laser repetition rate is 150 – 4500 pulses per
second for each laser head (300 – 9000 pulses per second for 2
laser heads combined). The camera frame rate is 300-4500 frames
per second.

The above may have changed.. but should give some idea..

is there any specific device you have in mind?
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sleepsleep
check the picture i attached (maybe need login somehow)

i demo it using 1 bit, but it applies to all 8 bit.
for your information, i have no idea how current microprocessor works, or the idea behind it, i just think it and draw it straight, but somehow i think it could and should works.

i don't know also, if using AND, OR and XOR only, could we achieve turing complete or not. Question

so, to build this mini processor? we need the following

(~A) a thing that could store (p) unit of power
(~B) a thing that could send (p) unit power at our preference.
(~C) a thing that could calculate how many unit of (p) in (~A)
(~D) a thing that could take out (p) unit from (~A)


Description: my processor
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myprocessor.gif


Post 27 Mar 2009, 02:18
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dosin



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Check this out:

http://blogs.intel.com/research/2007/07/40g_modulator.php

and this :
http://www.intel.com/pressroom/kits/research/4Gmodulator.htm
on this page there is a .pdf file you should read...
40Gbps Modulator Presentation
Post 27 Mar 2009, 05:04
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Borsuc



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sleepsleep wrote:
is there a limit on how many times we can flash a laser light in a seconds?
obviously, does it seem realistic if there was no limit to you? Laughing

What makes light so great compared to electrons? Except for heat..?

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Post 27 Mar 2009, 21:32
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dosin



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With lasers there is still heat.. look at the links above..


This is from the intel site:
Quote:

Achieving 40Gb/s using a silicon laser modulator is a significant milestone for silicon photonics in that we’ve matched the data transmission speed records set by fastest III-V optical devices available today,”said Justin Rattner, Intel Chief Technology Officer. “We see silicon photonics at the heart of future, low cost optical interconnects for tera-scale computing





So using light.. a good idea! I would say yes..
Post 27 Mar 2009, 22:59
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