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  • “Indeed, all electronic and duotronic devices will have limited operating capacity while on the surface.”

    Star Trek: Myriad Universes: Shattered Light

  • First Federation-Cardassian War ended inconclusively, neither side lost much, but gained each other's respect. c2329 Isolinear Chip replaced duotronic processors in most Federation computers (TNGN: Relics)

    A Larger War on Terror?

  • Federation decided to approach first contact more cautiously in view of the start of the bad relationship with the Klingons (TNG: "First Contact") 2219 Birth of Richard Daystrom, inventor of duotronic systems, winner of Nobel and Zee-Magnees prizes.

    A Larger War on Terror?

  • The aft ramp lifted shut with a slow, pathetic whine as he stowed the toolbox in the main compartment, which still stank of scorched metal and burnt duotronic cables.

    Reap the Whirlwind

  • Xiong stood over the science stationor, at least, what was left of it now that he had extinguished the fire in its duotronic relays.

    Reap the Whirlwind

  • The dislodged door-control panel dangled from a lone duotronic cable.


  • A gentle whirring emanated from the console in front of her, caused by fans that were cooling some of the more sensitive circuits in the delicate duotronic system.


  • Each Strata is easily the equal of some of your early duotronic computers.

    Creative Couplings

  • “Dr. Richard Daystrom of the duotronic computer circuit?”

    The Case of the Colonist’s Corpse

  • Unless Romulan translators were vastly different from the Federation hand-trans units that she was used to, the internal duotronic translator circuitry could be converted, with a lot of knowledge and a little work, into a small, crude, but very nasty form of primitive blaster.

    Rihannsu: The Bloodwing Voyages


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