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Re: Physical transport media
If I may be so bold here Michael, the TTL of steel is significantly less than so many other datagrams, many due to R.educed U.seable S.urface T.ransparancy. You might want to use another datagram media. Perhaps platinum BBs, you'd also get an increase in available bandwidth due to the weight difference of the media. Of coarse I don't want to spoil your 2nd, 3rd ... generation upgrade paths. Tim Gibson Skyscape Communications On Tue, 16 Sep 1997, Michael Dillon wrote: > I'm looking for venture capital for a new laser based technology called LTM. > This stands for Liquid Transport Medium and it consists of lasers which > holographically engrave datagrams on steel spheres the size of BB's which > are then injected into the transport pipes in conjunction with a clear > lubricant that serves as the liquid transport medium to carry the datagram > spheres to their destination where the datagram is read from the spheres by > another laser. The sphere may then be routed down another transport pipe, > or, if it has reached its final destination then it is shunted off to a > government data archive center in order to meet the new data access > requirements that are before Congress.