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(Phys Org2)   Tiny new silicon110 GHz phased array transmitter developed. Scienticians say it's wahffer-thin, won't bust budgets or explode under pressure   ( ) divider line
    More: Spiffy, gate array, UCSD, Marine Engineering, computer engineering, booms and busts, amplitudes, amplifiers, CMOS  
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2586 clicks; posted to Geek » on 06 Apr 2012 at 12:18 PM (5 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2012-04-06 03:04:50 PM  
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Papaw: What the fark am I reading

Evidence that no matter what you say, somebody, somewhere is going to have a problem with it.
2012-04-06 02:29:44 PM  
1 vote:
Quantum Apostrophe:

maxheck: QuantumApostrope:

The light bulb analogy is like saying that a spark gap generator is along the lines of speaking of the sun, or Jupiter.

Yep, They're noisy on all wavelengths.... Is there a point there?

Um, that you don't need silicon to generate high frequencies? Ask me if I need to repeat or simplify or find another way to explain.

My original point = "I guess intuitively 110GHz would be something that would normally fit on a chip..."

Short frequencies = small geometries. I'm not sure what would you up, or even WHY THAT WOULD WIND ANYONE UP.

Sorry, but... really!
2012-04-06 01:53:03 PM  
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2012-04-06 01:22:05 PM  
1 vote:
Much less a teeny-tiny PAVE-PAWS.
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