Monday, July 24, 2023

3DChiplet Side By Side 3D Magic with 3D Trenching

3DChiplet Side By Side 3D Magic with 3D Trenching 2021-2023

3D Fabric 5800X3D is hard in production but the delivery is the problem so ... i have another proposal,


Side By Side 3D Magic (c)Rupert S

Yes 3D Chips are good for cache, Simply connecting chiplets does not require 3D or 3D Stacking,

Side By Side 3D Magic (c)Rupert S

Has Layered Chip wafer & PCB Board with interweaved wires:

Carbon fibers, Copper or aluminum or Iron, Not a problem

Through the PCB Chip board, These micro tunnels provide all the PCI & Chip tunnels that a Board could require!

Layered micro tunnel imprinted PCB can have 3 wires per layer (crosswise, Diagonal & Ordered form)

Additionally tunneling up and down is not a problem for you simply layer a connection point that is welded to the next layer as it is laid on top..

Micro film is available, As this is both electrostatic & noise resistant composite.

Since this is a micro multiformat PCB / Chip fabric, At no time do you have to worry about dampness or heat split when made well.

Example of 3D Layered PCB, A but too rigid but good for a phone or telescope Board..

Chips can be placed inside if you need to! for space reasons; Embed the chiplet..

PCB is ideal for this task; Common view PCB is large space & coy compact?

3D PCB is a space saver & 3D Network Ethernet/Chip IO memory ops

PCB Wire mesh (internal networks) = - |, PCB Layer = _

______(CHIP With Connect)________
--------(cooling & IO Chip)--------------


07:39 23/07/2023 (c)Rupert S

Circuit 3D Print with laser (c)RS

While trenching semiconductors work, in space (vacuum) electrical energy transfers through vacuum!

So you have to use a resistor material in the trench, this is not impossible if you imbed ceramic formulas with a laser!

you can however with this technology go upto 2.7v on 5nm; Because higher voltages are faster & more resistant; this makes sense..

The trench (hole) Formatic processor 3D layering technology with:

Circuit = C, Trench = \_/ , resistor = r, Circuit in trench = c, raised bit Circuit or resistor = /C\

C\r/C C\r/C C\r/C

C\_/C C\_/C C\_/C

C\_/C C\r/C C\_/C


The challenge of using traditional circuit printing methods in space is that the vacuum can cause the circuit to degrade over time..

This is because the vacuum can strip away the electrons that carry current in the circuit.

3D laser circuit printing could help to mitigate this problem by creating a very dense and compact circuit. This reduces the surface area of the circuit that is exposed to the vacuum and it helps to protect the circuit from the harsh environment of space.

& Also..

One of the challenges of using trench & processor circuit methods in space is that electrical energy transfers through vacuum; Which can be difficult in a vacuum.

This means that you need to use a resistor material in the trench,

It is possible to imbed ceramic formulas with a laser; This could be a promising way to create resistors in/for space.

However, 3D laser circuit printing could help to mitigate this problem; As the laser can be used to create a very precise and durable circuit.

This technology is meant for the world but also with spatial integrity for deep space & So functionally Rugged/Rigid in use & Function.

Additional thoughts on the challenges and potential of 3D laser circuit printing for space applications:

The vacuum of space can be very harsh on materials, so it is important to use materials that are resistant to radiation and temperature extremes.


3D laser circuit printing could allow for the creation of more complex and efficient circuits.

3D laser circuit printing could make it possible to print circuits on-demand; Which could be a major advantage for space missions.

It could also be used to create circuits that are more resistant to the harsh environment of space.

The lack of gravity can also make it difficult to print precise circuits..

(c)Rupert S

Application 23/07/2023


Tilly Arms; The girl with no arms, sympathetic nerve response & frequency rate : Operation Cyborg RS 2023

Tilly Arms; The girl with no arms

I think that the arms are very good, But she needs more!
Clearly artificial skin in silver would do the trick?

I noticed that she has control of them though her stimulated skin.... at the elbow....
Now i saw a study that clearly would help....

Neurons respond on training to noisy signals- & clear notes+

We can clearly get a sympathetic skin monitor to receive the feelings; By listening to skin cell responses ....

Now i feel that since a 9v battery stings the tongue; 2volts is about a bit too much right on sweaty skin, So 1.8 is around right? Dr

Depending upon how much resistance there is in skin, might even help with Lightening & Shocks...


20:08 23/07/2023 What have we learned; Brain Cells : RS :

Brain Cells respond to:

Clear tones : } well to { Entropic Noisy tones }: unwell
Clean Image } to [ Entropic Noisy Image }

Cell electrode networks begin at 0.75cm for tasks like DOOM

Cell inputs are learned,
Dynamic connections form to the electrodes & We use logic on the inputs...

Here the strategy is to use tones & noise to respond to the doom player in motion.

The cell structure is clearly not a problem at 3700 * 4 mm

Rupert S


AnPa_Wave - Analogue Pattern Wave Vector SiMD Unit : (c)RS

The base symphony is harmony, In other words waveforms; There are a couple of Simple methods that really work:

High performance Float values F16, F32, F64, FPU

Q-Bit Quantum; All forms of Quantum wave work
Radio waves;
Light patterns
Photon wave patterns; single & multiple
Sound hardware; 1 to 3 Bit DAC; Audio conversions; Sample range
Analogue chips that work on harmony & frequency
SVM Elliptic curve maths
Sin, Arc, Tan, Time, Vector

In essence Harmony & frequency is the equivalent of Complex Elliptic curve maths

A Music note score suffices to specify harmony basics:

Waveform shape in 3D
Harmony / Disharmony
Vibration High / Vibration Low
Power High / Power Low
Volts High / Volts Low
Watts High / Wats Low

(c)Rupert S

Wonderful Wave-Pattern Analogue waveforms in meta materials - Pattern recognition in reciprocal space with a magnon-scattering reservoir

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