This type of geospatial programmer works through millions of layers of photonic circuitry in clear silicon that has light paths for each photon at each Z plane, resulting in the individual programming of each layer of photons. Each photonic switch on each Z plane is similar to a transistor, while the channels are optical – such as an active path that creates the photonic path at a specific X, Y coordinate on a Z plane, or a deactivated path that sends the photonic energy around the specific X, Y coordinate on a Z plane to other paths. This technology can also be used to either combine multiple sources of light to create a colored photonic programmer, or program the light based on a crystal frequency for each photon that changes the frequency of the specific photons of laser light of specific X,Y,Z coordinates. This type of geospatial programmer can also insert dark photons, or magnetic spaces, in-between photons to ensure alignment where there are no photons in the programming. Applications may include space photonic programmers.
- Patrick R. McElhiney
- Emitters (EMI)