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Home > Press > Enhaced transcoding for ultra high speed codecs and analogue optical computing

Abstract:
New enhanced transcoding is proposed for modelling nano engineered optical, Thz-PHz, geometric based hardware.

Enhaced transcoding for ultra high speed codecs and analogue optical computing

UK | Posted on March 4th, 2014

Recent progress into understanding transcoding parameter selection is generating designs showing enhanced geometric abstraction, periodicity and multiplicity of primitive forms. These are required characteristics for metamaterial and photonic based hardware. Some sample high definition renderings can be linked from the www.transcoderesearch.com home page.

Comments Transcode Research founder, Stefan Samociuk, "At a recent presentation on signature geometries to the SPIE convention in San Diego, I was pleasantly surprised to meet a number of young photonic engineers eager to embrace transcoding as a design methodology to translate optical functional characteristics to nano scale geometric hardware primitives. The obvious advantage is that device function can be maintained whilst increasing operating frequency by downscaling physical design metrics. It would provide a smooth manufacturing path as smaller production nodes become available."

Enhanced transcode data, in GDSII/OASIS format, will be migrated to the TRANSFORM metamaterial database later in 2014 and is aimed at researches with lithography resources in the sub micron region for experimentation in high THz spectrum. Possible areas of interest are ultra high speed codecs and optical analogue computing. To aid researches understand the complexity of these enhanced designs and to aid experimental planning, a UHDTV video animation is currently being produced.

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