Wednesday, November 25, 2015

The Future of Volatile Storage published in IEEE SPECTRUM Magazine November 2015. In my office, Engineering and Computer Works, I published and idea for memory storage some time back involving ions and electrons, or atomic in a sense for storage, please read the following as an idea : Could this be utilised as a memory circuit? If 4 transistors are placed together, and the base of the transistor is the activator for the transistors, and 4 capacitors are held on the collector or emitter of the transistors, and are charged when the base of the transistor is selected? This would be a 4 IO memory circuit. Analogous to this, if I have 4 positive charges( in ions), and can be neutralised by turning the circuit off? Can this be a hole(+ve charge) and no charge? The idea is that can multiple ions (+ve charges) be placed in 1 charge, meaning 1 cell can hold multiple charge, or multiple memory cells by utilising differnt +ve ions in 1 cell and each controlled by a transistor or switch? This could result in multiple memory in 1 cell. New idea for memory circuit or memory plate? Written by : Junt Hoong Chan. Thank you for the time to read and evaluate. Below, is a published idea in IEEE SPECTRUM Magazine on November 2015 The Future of Storage on Volatile Memory .

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