Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Uses for micro laser & light emitting sources

Uses for micro laser & light emitting sources - (c)RS

"@ThisWeekinHPC  this is a pretty legendary research with quite a number of applications...
I have a few but no comment on what :L http://bit.ly/nanobeads"

"Scientists Create Continuously Emitting Microlasers With Nanoparticle-Coated Beads"
"Laser properties of 5-micron spheres"

"Angel Fernandez-Bravo, a postdoctoral researcher at Berkeley Lab’s Molecular Foundry, who was the lead author of study, mixed the beads with sodium yttrium fluoride nano-particles “doped,” or embedded, with thulium, an element belonging to a group of metals known as lanthanides. The Molecular Foundry"

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Since the nano micro beads re emit ...

Controlling the signal allows for the following applications and more: (c)RS


Low power Fiber Ethernet...

Solar Batteries (the nano beads allow infrared to be emitted into solar cells over hours at optimum frequency)

Light bulbs that convert incandescent infrared heat sources into light...

Light emission conversion of high potential energy sources into pure light..

The creation of ultra low power usage light chips...

To provide power to satellites during the shadow times... (solar conversion)

To cool space ships by the emission of light on reflectors and or as controlled light sources during reentry & friction events... (space craft heat shielding)

Various functional usages such as lighting rooms from fire places, candles and other low emission sources such as body heat...

Emission of satellite download data into light sensors (they have to be shielded and latency will be low)

Network buffers and boosters...

Cohesive Light Computer Processors

Disordered Light Computer Processors

Low power Electro cell CPU/GPU/processors with conversion and light chip dynamic (tm)

(c)Rupert S

Nano foundry promotion & security

https://nano-foundry-lbl.org.hpc.n-helix.com/

https://science.n-helix.com/

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