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Quantum Computing using Black Body Radiation at Standard Temperature and Pressure

Project Current Status as at 19 December 2017

  • A simulation of the LED version has revealed that Quaternion Number Signal at the receivers as 4 levels of amplitude.
  • Hardware specification has nowbeen changed to facilitate amplitude signal processing and a jump in register sizes
  • Transmitters are now tiny 128 x 128 pixel OLED Screens (2 Off)
  • Receivers are now 1024 x 1024 pixel CCD chips giving a ratio 9 Receiver pixels to 1 Transmitter pixel. (2 Off)
  • This change will move all decoding circuitry to 1 large FPGA eliminating the need for separate circuit development 
  • The optics circuit is now a RGB OLED Black Body Radiation Model.
  • The beam splitter is to be fabricated from Acrylic Mirrors and Silicon and Tempered Glass PET Film
  • The Transmitter Circuit is now 16,384 bit per register in a Pseudo Hilbert Curve LSB to MSB Array
  • The Receiver Circuit is now 1,327,104 bit per register (9:1 ratio receiver to transmitter pixels)
  • The entire device will be housed in a 229mm Wide x 619 mm Deep x 609mm High water cooled server tower
  • The initial device will be used to demonstrate high speed 128 bit Parallel computing Encryption Using Photons (EUP128)
  • It is a hardware True Random Number Generator that can supply C Code primitives for new forms of hashing.
  • It is expected to extend the computing power available to smart contract block-chain applications in the future such as EOS
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Latest Home Brew Circuit Research Video

The above image is a 3D CAD design for the proof of concept device. It features four (4) Blue LED arrays fabricated from 3mm Blue LEDs inserted into an aluminium heat sink interacting via a plate beam splitter composed of four (4) acrylic mirrors projecting the photon streams onto a silicon and tempered glass PET film. The two input beams interfere with each other and are received at two blue LED arrays. The device is capped with a water block and sealed in a black body Hohlraum container to shield it from stray EM Radiation. The 256 pins from the LED's plug into a Priority Encoder Circuit to record the Quaternion outputs from the Pseudo Hilbert Curve Arrays. The next iteration replaces the LED's with OLED's and CCD chips and transfers all signal processing to one large FPGA.

Hilbert Curve Animation

The future development Light Circuit once the LED's are fabricated in an IC Form Factor will use an order 4  Hilbert Curve Optic Quantum (HCOQ) 256 bit or 128 qubit Register. This animation of a Order 4 Hilbert Curve (16 x 16), shows how the Alice Register undergoing a multiplication shift may be tested against a Qubit Register (Not Shown) and the result read in the left and right face of the Bob detector arrays (Not Shown)to detect a NOON State at each shift.


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