- Jan 1, 1970
If you can describe just what you mean by "photonic
chips" and the principles on which such things might
operate, then maybe that question would be more readily
An electronic chip uses electricity for storage, recording, playback,
transmission, reception, and processing of signals.
A photonic chip uses monochromatic light [hopefully in the form of
lasers] for storage, recording, playback, transmission, reception, and
processing of signals.
The problem is, how to store photons?
I keep telling you - you'll have to discover the principles yourself, and
inform the rest of the world how it's done - everybody else thinks it's
When was the last time you read a copy of EE Times?
You only speak for you.