What is Photon Computer?
Photon computer is a high speed, highly accurate computing system which uses photons produced from any source for computing purpose.
Optical components are used in the designing of photon computer.Researches are going on, for the development of photon computers.
Why this type of computers are Useful?
Photon computers are faster than normal computers.
They are energy efficient and computation speed will be 10 times greater.
In recent years almost all the computers will be replaced by photon computers due to Its reliability, cost efficiency and low power consumption.
Concept of Photon computers.
As the need for computing speed is increasing dramatically will there by increase the need for more faster computers.Thus by introducing photon computers we can solve this problem.
They can solve more complex algorithms,execute lengthy programs within seconds,do faster data encryption as well as decryption, faster data conversion and also complete more complex calculations.
The main advantage of photon is that the data transmitter from transmitter to the receiver will arrive the destination without any attenuation. This is because the photons are least affected by the medium through which they are transmitted.
They can be transmitted through coaxial cables ,wire and even through air.
In normal computers the data is processed in the form of binary code, the output will also be of a binary format o's and 1's.
As we cannot under stand machine language these binary code are converted into respective readable format for our ease.
Hence ,in normal computers the data is stored in the form of bits.
But if we consider a Photon computer the data is stored in a unit called 'qbits'. They are manufactured using laser and magnetic resonating components.
Due to this features the computation will be exponentially faster than the normal computers.
Various experiments are conducted for analyzing the working and construction of Photon computers. Most of the experimental setup consist of a laser which will produce a coherent laser beam, which travel in unique direction.This laser beam is directed towards a target element which is used to emit a specific quantity of photons which may vary according to the amount and the intensity of the laser beam.
The laser beam is focused and precisely directed towards the target element using one ore more reflecting mirrors.