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    Dutch researchers pioneer on-chip optical links

    Intrachip optocoupler fabricated with standard CMOS tech is a long sought after goal.
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    Re: Dutch researchers pioneer on-chip optical links

    Hey, this isn't working right...Reverse the polarity of the ion flow!

    (translation, turn it back to front to make the photons do something cool!)

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    Re: Dutch researchers pioneer on-chip optical links

    This is a game changer, now the terminals on the star trek enterprise will no longer explode when the ship is being stressed.

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    Re: Dutch researchers pioneer on-chip optical links

    How is this "pioneering" when Intel did this first like over 10 years ago? they had working models in their R&D facility

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    Re: Dutch researchers pioneer on-chip optical links

    Quote Originally Posted by ETR316 View Post
    How is this "pioneering" when Intel did this first like over 10 years ago? they had working models in their R&D facility
    like the 5g modem ?

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    Re: Dutch researchers pioneer on-chip optical links

    Id like to know more about how it creates that "avalanche effect" - off to read the paper.

    btw typo in the middle paragraph "On the other wside of the equation a silicon detector doesn't work well with IR light sources..."
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