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“Mr. Paniccia said Intel is developing a wave-guide version that could be integrated on a chip.”
“Mr. Young also asserted that Intel's technology is incompatible with conventional semiconductor-production processes, so it couldn't be used in a so-called wave-guide detector to work alongside other components on one piece of silicon.”
“In a paper in the journal Optics Express, researchers from IBM's T.J. Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, N.Y., described a device on a silicon chip that controls pulses of light through a device called a wave-guide.”
“He carefully checked the quick-disconnect umbilicals through the docking latch to make sure there was an unbroken flow of gases, liquids, wave-guide energy, and data channels.”
“From the forward hub reached, far and far, thin and bright as a laser ray, a lance, the wave-guide mast for the shielding force field.”
“Low turtle-backed outlines, with long weapons jutting from their sloped forward plates, the barrels built up from coils or rings, some sort of wave-guide or electromagnetic launcher.”
“But a couple of centuries later, they did a complicated wave-guide experiment that proved the jump actually lasted some small fraction of a nanosecond.”
“And the wave-guide radar followed a large object which had come out of nowhere at all.”
“The flickering, wavering, silver-plated wave-guide tube of the radar suddenly steadied.”
“He told them, giving them the tape from the wave-guide radar and speaking with strict precision of every event up to the moment of his arrival at Gissell Bay with the children and their artifacts.”
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