Modern technology for transmitting and processing information is faced with fundamental physical limitations. The stronger they become, the more energy they need and the more heat is released into the environment.
There are also physical limitations for small and efficient communication devices. Recent findings by physicists at Martin Luther Hale Wittenberg (MLU) University and Lanzhou University in China offer a new direction in this direction.In the latest edition of Nature Communications, they describe a new type of spin wave that allows information to be transmitted and processed with significantly higher efficiency and lower power consumption.
Traditional IT applications are based on electric charges. This definitely leads to the loss of energy that heats the environment, said Professor Jamal Beadar, a physicist at MLU. Researchers added that it needed more energy and was disrupted to run a more powerful and compact device.
In this way, it is very difficult to maintain the pace of development based on charging technology. Led by Prof. Speaking and Chenglong Professor Jia from Lanzhou University, the team studied alternative data transfers and processing concepts for their research.
His work revolves around something known as maggots. “This is a vibrant wave in the ferromagnetic region with only a small portion of the energy needed to produce the required charging current,” Baker explained. “Magnone can be used to send logic signals and links on various components while producing heat that is almost non-existent.
In the current study, a German-Chinese research team described a kind of crooked maggot in which inverted or winding numbers were protected against damping. The rotating technique is related to a man’s orbital angular momentum and can be controlled by size and orientation by electric voltage.