17 Burst results for "Ten Gigahertz"

"ten gigahertz" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:48 min | 5 months ago

"ten gigahertz" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Between superconductors that were first described and won the nobel prize per brian. Josephson a physicist and end so these Joseph are used. Because one of the things that you need to make accu- bet Just like a transistor or a regular bid is you need. You need to have non year behavior so you need to have some non linear already. And and that's what allows you to go sort of zero or one. St and in the case of a quantum a cubit than this non linear also able to be used and and put into state as well of your zero in one state but but these junctions are have some issues there sometimes tricky to make tricky to to to make reliably and one of the key things today is is trying to make more and more cubans so bigger and bigger arrays of of these cubits that are connected together just like you know is important to make more and more transistors in regular computers and so until google surveys and demonstration by something like fifty three cubits or something like that right. Yeah yeah they have on order. Fifty and ninety m has about the same number. Which isn't that. Many of the computing goes up exponentially with the number. So you don't have to get that many before you're able to compete or do better than a regular computer but but so the there's two things about our design That are that are different so the first thing is that we're not using any junctions instead. What we're using is a superconducting nanna wires so very thin thin wires up superconductor and these have our non linear because because of not not an effect called non linear connecticut which which we Which we've been using or or noticed When we were making our astronomy detectors and because there's no there's no junction. The thought is that they would be less sensitive to a certain type of noise that you have in this In the gap in between the superconductors in this tunnel junction and also the hope would be that they would be easier again. Just like the connecticut detectors easier to fabricate and easier to make large numbers of the other thing. that's different is. it's w band. So w manned is a wave guide. Bandit is centered around ninety gigahertz or one hundred gigahertz The cubans that. Ibm or or google or using They tend to operate in less than ten gigabytes. And so that's that's an important difference because at at ten gigahertz. One of the things that you have to do. If you want your quantum computer to work is you have to make sure that it's not upset by thermal noise so you need to cool everything really cold and you have to cool it for ten gigahertz the temperature you have to cool it to is proportional to the frequency. That you're cuban operates attend gigahertz. they're cooling their these cubans down to sort of fifteen degrees. Fifteen million degrees above absolute zero. Fifteen million kelvin. But if we can make ours work at ninety gigahertz hundred gigahertz then we only would have to cool to maybe. Two hundred million kelvin. Which still sounds pretty cold yet but it turns out that it's a lot easier to cool stuff down and in fact we..

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"ten gigahertz" Discussed on ARRL Audio News

ARRL Audio News

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"ten gigahertz" Discussed on ARRL Audio News

"Sat u._k. Amp sad de l. and heiress are all working together on nastase lunar gateway way the gateway will be a small spaceship in orbit around the moon that will provide access to more of the lunar surface than ever before and will include clued living quarters for astronauts there will be a lab and ports for visiting spacecraft the first sections scheduled for launch in two thousand twenty to one one of the challenges is the thirty db signal path loss as compared to a leo or low-earth orbit satellite the new a. r. e. x. Rex or amateur radio exploration team is working on the issue expect the transmissions to be in the five gigahertz and ten gigahertz range or even higher. Thank stamps out new service or this information. If you're thinking of attending the apps at fiftieth anniversary symposium october eighteenth to twentieth in arlington virginia the banquet speakers have been announced it will be a panel discussing the foundations of amp set on the panel will be lance dance giner k. six g s j project oscar george jacobs w three a._s. k. author in diplomat dr perry cline gene w three p._k. Founding president of asset dr owen mace and richard tonkin of australia's oscar five builder university of melbourne born and jan king w three g. e. y. Founding member of arafat and australia's oscar five project manager more information on on the symposium and tickets can be founded upset dot org. This is bruce page k. k. five d._o. For the audio news this is the are l. Audio news propagation forecast for friday august sixteenth. They're still no spots on the sun this week. So far seventy seventy five percent of the days this year have seen a spotless sun. The solar index is stuck at sixty eight as you can probably imagine but at least the solar winds are light light. There are no serious jeff disruptions in the forecast as a result on vhf and you h f the six meters perazzi season seems to be winding down on but on two meters and up watch for some good band openings in the week to come if you live in a strip between mississippi all the way east to the atlantic coast host and that concludes our news for this week our thanks to all contributors to this week's report a. r. l. audio.

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"ten gigahertz" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"ten gigahertz" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Doing and we started a club in la on sundays at the top of this building on sunset environ three sixty building and we started having all of these acts from uk at the time drum and bass had sort of started well i'll say this london has a long history of pirate radio and so this was very popular the youngest the movie about that there is indeed that they would throw these things up on the top of the tower blocks and uk garage in particular was huge with the pirate radio and so these guys would tell us all about these pirate radio stations and then i and then you know so we're like okay this is cool yeah and a friend of mine i got with him and i was like hey maybe we could do one of these in l a and it just so happened and this is how we were able to pull it off it just so happened that the same building that we were doing our club in which was the which is the tallest building in hollywood on sunset invited was called the three sixty building are the sunset vine building at the time something massive had happened with the electrical in it'd it'd essentially been condemned and it was like that for years out people listening who are from la will know that this building was shut down for years but i knew the maintenance guy from when we were doing the club yeah and so he basically was able to to let me in when i asked him he was the only one with keys along with the fire marshal who eventually became a friend of mine so i built a rig that was solar also lower powered and on a timer so we only ran at night and then i had a ten gigahertz link it's an x band link.

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"ten gigahertz" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

Google Cloud Platform Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"ten gigahertz" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

"Computation turns out there's a lot of things that you can do with it including a i well and i'm curious how did you even get involved with parallel processing compute you know what what inspired you to go down this path to begin with when i was an undergrad i did some internships at intel and i was working on circuit design and i made some really really fast circuits that we're going to run like ten gigahertz and this is for transistors that hadn't even been built yet so we were kind of dreaming about the future and trying to build it and we kept figuring out that the power consumption was gonna be impossible like there was just no way that we were going to be able to make single threaded computer that held onto the performance scaling trends that everyone expected so i saw i saw it intel this realization that the world of computing in the future must become parallel and so when i went to graduate school i decided to focus on parallel computing frameworks for programming parallel computers and applications of parallel peter's and the one that really struck me as as most promising was machine learning and so that's how i ended up spending my phd on programming frameworks for parallel processors and machine learning applications because i felt like that was the most important thing you could do with peril computer nice and then i know in terms of your background you know you're here you're working in cudi n then you made a shift in you you joined by do working on machine learning by do and then you've come back that's right what's leads to that trajectory also i mentioned before that my kind of introduction to the world of deep learning happened with andrew and adam coats they founded this lab at by the silicon valley lab and asked me to come join them and i felt like it was a great opportunity for me to get closer to applications i really loved working on cudi n n i'm very proud of it and i felt like i want to be a little bit closer to how we take a and make it into something that solves a problem that people.

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"ten gigahertz" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

Google Cloud Platform Podcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"ten gigahertz" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

"Why's it also applicable or how is it also applicable to doing what seems to be intense mathematical calculations when you draw a picture in three d game you're sensually running a lot of programs that figure out what every pixel looks like and over the years those programs have gotten more complex as you might expect and also a lot more flexible used to be that gpa's were very fixed function machines where you kind of just gave it a list of triangles in it at roster is them but nowadays to do the complex lighting and texturing and reflections and so forth all that is done by writing programs but very parallel programs and so it turns out actually the the workload in modern games often is majority of the time is being spent running compute programs rather than running traditional graphics workloads and so there's been an evolution and graphics towards more flexibility more parallel computing and less fixed function graphics and so gp's have had to evolve to support that at the same time you know if you have a really high throughput parallel processor that can be used for arbitrary computation turns out there's a lot of things that you can do with it including a well and i'm curious how did you even get involved with parallel processing compute you know what what inspired you to go down this path to begin with when i was an undergrad i did some internships at intel and i was working on circuit design and i made some really really fast circuits that we're going to run it like ten gigahertz and this is for transistors that hadn't even been built yet so we were kind of dreaming about the future and and trying to build it and we kept figuring out that the power consumption was gonna be impossible like there was just no way.

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"ten gigahertz" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

Ham Radio 360

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"ten gigahertz" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

"So as you can see we have a lot of exciting things plan for 2018 and we are going to do our absolute best to try to get these things into your hands there will be additional information about a new ecommerce presence as well were folks are going to be able to order these things but again that's further off into the future so stay tune for that on the other side of the show of course at the end of the day will we produce first and foremost as an actual podcast um you know so the projects are fantastic great way to engage and agree we learn about george any what are some of the things that we are in the process of lining up for 2018 topics oh while we have some really great topics coming up one of the more more exciting ones in my mind is we're going to do um especial on m sat phase four b which is a project that i think a lot of listeners may not be familiar with and it's a nextgeneration geostationary or geosynchronous satellites that will allow you to have 247 satellite communications using five and ten gigahertz and so that system is being designed now and we have a a guest speaker that will share information about that very soon so excited about that uh we've got our bay con conference coming up with about eight great presentations that we're going to try to record and make available on the show uh we're going to talk about testicle met with the folks from digital lent we talked about the analogue discovery multi instruments usb device on the shopping show so we're going to get those folks on here and talk about that uh while we just have lots of things are lined up uh will probably hear a lot more from ele craft this year we had a great kickoff with david talking about h f amplifiers and we'll do more of that with them were going to be looking at.

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"ten gigahertz" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM

WHYR 96.9 FM

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"ten gigahertz" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM

"A thousand years and then decide to send the beacon also from my perspective it's kinda interesting that beacons that would be visible halfway across the galaxy may only have been sent recently and no last that's an explanation the second one really is that you know would we looked at what we needed to do we discovered that past efforts are only been in very narrow frequencies not a very complete samples stars so with our current technology we will look over eight or ten gigahertz of spectrum with very high resolution that allows us to begin the pick out these signals of course the search saying is a signals are likely to be noisy and there's just now methods that are being used to pick signals out very noisy data so the first question is just looking for a beacon that that were that's what we're going to try to do the suck at one is on the leakage question you know as i noted that were just now getting the level all of of technology where we could see signals from very nearby i think we really need to do a comprehensive look look for transient signals uh that weren't intended force in in one of the most interesting ones to us is for if one of these alien civilizations was doing what we're doing star shot and they're using lasers or other directed energy maybe microwaves to push face ships around to not only in their own solar system look to nearby stars are we get a calculation a few years ago was how visible would are simply build a laserlike we're going to do for star shot a how far away would you be able to see that in a turns out you'd be able to see that across the universe all of this makes me more excited and and admire all the more the work that you are m yuri milner and the other members of the breakthrough listen team are are doing but i do wonders as you look back at the mid 1990s when the united states with drew government support for for seti that's when a jeweled charter i know she says that's when said he became a a fourletter word to.

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"ten gigahertz" Discussed on The Tesla Show

The Tesla Show

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"ten gigahertz" Discussed on The Tesla Show

"In a human indiscernible right well in rhode island liberate but yes yes summit yeah exactly some of the stuff isn't but we haven't fully gone there right so they're still where places to go where on the cpu there's still a lot of polish but the big optimizations have really been on power than size because for most people's application use you know microsoft word as as bloated as it might be is in pushing the boundaries of what your modern eight core cpu can do or kromer ari aren't and so even though they might slow down your computer safari that's been our software problem but yeah yeah exactly so i think that's one of the big things is the gaming has continued to push the boundaries and one of the positive attributes of gpus is that they can be so highly multicore and one of the one of the challenges with general cpu improvements in one of the reasons we're now all running like eight gigahertz processors like i remember i had a 500year hurts processor in than a one point two gigahertz processor and then a two point nine yards process earns like well you just project in the future we're going to be running ten gigahertz processor someday pretty soon at didn't happen and physics gets in the way yes so the physics of it it is basically the transistors get so small in the pathways gets so small that the current that uturn you used a turn on and off the switch for the one zero it's hurtful leaking that it ends up sort of leaking over.

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"ten gigahertz" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

Ham Radio 360

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"ten gigahertz" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

"Plug in a couple pipe kept filters get him all tuned up in and beyond the air um you know then another component that we need a lookout for and this is a very key component of any mike way system and you have to be on frequency so in in this is the hardest part of any microwave radio use kind of the local also later getting it stable a clean that by that i mean low phase noise low spurs and stuff like that um fortunately even those are coming to fruition ti maximum uh probably analog devices are making chips that go in you know icees that go into the microwave region with their all built ten voted control lhasa leaders in new essentially do a pc board matra properly of program whatever your favorite actor trump controller is in you've got a beautiful l all um of course they leak they need to be references something so we microwave amateurs typically now get a ten megahertz oven control lhasa later does it typically about fifteen to twenty box and they're very stable once they're warmed up and we use those as our frequency reference and in many cases we can get down to several tens of hurts accuracy at ten gigahertz you think about that that's pretty amazing so now lemme lucky bank for second so the iaaf radio that were using in our sample firsttimers rig let's say an f two eight seventeen is that thing stable enough to work as you multiplied up to ten gigahertz or do you need the tcxo or do you need some external frequency reference to lock the synthesizer how do you keep it uh on frequency.

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"ten gigahertz" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

Ham Radio 360

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"ten gigahertz" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

"Um he's gotta a little power mir that will go up to ten gigahertz made out of a i think an analog devices no power meter chip you still slotted together gu i'll inessa estimate connector you've gotta power mic lowpower beater you won't handle watts little handle mila watts but it certainly will measure stuff up the some high frequency um the other stuff he has his actually uh boards in components where you can go down to another level now we talked about predele kits that you want to go down to the next level you can get circuit boards in parts in put together something and for example db 650 shooting electron excels a kick version of their transferred her for about three hundred bucks this considerably less than the one that he puts together uh and basically you you lighted up with just the leader in the the noise in your receiver so yeah almost no test equipment at all an paul has taken cheap to a new height by uh basically doing microwave circuits up to take gigahertz on f r four with pipe kept filters and parts you can get from the mini circuits are deke catalogue so for maybe one hundred bucks you can go on the air with a transmitter from him now granted in on it takes a little bit more sort of expertise to build one of his because it's not like a he'd get but um with the help of some good mentors you can get this thing up up and running in in you know again i go back to getting in enlisting local mike rivers the kind of help you out because chances are.

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"ten gigahertz" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

Ham Radio 360

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"ten gigahertz" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

"Module's that that he has now going down a level there are kits where they give you the circuit board of the closure uh a bag of parts and instructions of kildee a who's over germany and local u s company downey's microwave who's in florida sell complete transferred kits all away from say to twenty all away after ten gigahertz and you put together yourself you generally have to learn surface mile soldering techniques must the parts are what trouble six at are pretty big surface mount parts easy to handle but you know there is some assembly required an uh the way these kids ariz uh what makes it nice's that you don't really need a whole bench full microwave equipment to test these out the d b six nt in particular only needs a vote meter to get to the south that's pretty good a in their trained transferred you said the go up into into the ten gig 24 gig bans like you're talking about with the roving contesting yes ma'am how much well yes my question how much power would something like this put out lajic often frequency there's a little less power that's get squared off the comax at ten gigahertz it's about one hundred megawatts or maybe a little bit more which is actually you'd be surprised how much a signal that is it's quite a lot at 24 giguere were bigger her tremendous getting a few milat's out which is still pretty good as you go up in frequency for the same size dish a you get more gain so for example newark typical.

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"ten gigahertz" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

Ham Radio 360

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"ten gigahertz" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

"You can't do stuff that you would in euro rob i assem radio's like you know encryption and stuff like that you can't run of the pm legally and stuff like that so there are some limitations but there are also some advantages and we also share we have uh a threegame ban three point four gigahertz we have portions of below the five point seven gigahertz wifi band we had ten gigahertz 24 digger hurts and on and on so you add it all up we've got about twenty get your hurts of radio space to play with and to be honest with you most of the time we're not using it is up the for the week signal guys out think about a band that's y'all five hundred megahertz or couple gigahertz wide and we're doing narrowband work at three kilohertz site bent so he will where wasting a lot of it uh for guys who want to get into it an experiment with say why ban digital moans and in other things there is this this huge playground that's available to us sowa yeah i mean for the the guys who wanna do something little heavier tech not technically it's a good place to be so i'm gonna come to the practicality of of someone actually a building roberty radio spectrum in a little bit so a monthly a onedimensional were on the frequency topic is is that i always would think anything above a few gigahertz is just super exotic and you have to be a microwave expert and uh there's not much up there except maybe some satellite staff were or radars.

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"ten gigahertz" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

Ham Radio 360

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"ten gigahertz" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

"In ceuta's i got on i was a new call his all these guys kind of knew each other in pretty semi had a pile up a thought i was pretty exciting was my first time out ahead all these guys to talk to you on ten gigs so that is kind of what you know got my juices going in in gut the got the bug so i've been doing this ever since johnny of you've been how long years ago was that you started into this oh man on this is about 1990 1991 so i've been at this for what 27 years a long time let us a lot has changed since i started to it i bet in that in that time you probably built lots and lots of different radio's yeah i have probably belts probably either ten transporters in that time some of them were okay'd some of them were pretty well some of them did not but that's the way it goes you know you try experimenting with different ideas and some of them sometimes don't work out so you just tearing apart and start all over again so what was the highest frequency radio you've made so far highest frequency was soft forty seven gigahertz soul that too you i actually go higher frequency there are fewer and fewer people to talk to and the gets exit harder because you're amount of power that you can get out of a rig goes down so uh most of my activities on tenant 24 gigahertz and the reason for that is the augustseptember pink gigahertz contest is kind of the big one of the most of the guys have ten gigahertz only rigs but up with the avilability of parts and advancement in technology a lot more material is starting to come onto the market no surplus or new at 24 gigahertz.

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"ten gigahertz" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

Ham Radio 360

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"ten gigahertz" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

"Ten mega hurt clock references so that they could lock their tranceiv irs to a very accurate time base because the later in the radio's by the time you multiply it up to ten gigahertz or whatever the the error is so great that they're going to be you know wildly off frequency so they use these reference clocks their super accurate and those are used in cell sites for for synchronization and and often you can get those on the surplus market in in facts to kind of add some specificity so you're gonna find often him sources talking to kind of finnegan he was talking about he had on the last episode was i think he said he had built his own reuben time source by another thing that is very popular come out of these there's a company called i think it's tremble but i'm not a hundred percent sure um but they made you know really accurate times attend megahertz time sources that were called a gps disciplined oscillators and so they were actually relying receiving gps signals to set their time base on the same thing about this is when they were first coming out you know of cell sites they were relatively inexpensive and then they got really popular and so now they sell for like two or three hundred bucks on ebay i actually have looked for them at dayton before in either final it's like oh you just missed it i just sold it or i can't get those anymore because you know they have a lot of other applications um but i mean yes stuff stuff like that it's like being reclaimed from the commercial market and then winds of enhance hands you you get a really good opportunity get really high quality are f connectors in an cabling offer not much money there was a guy there last year who had all of this um.

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"ten gigahertz" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

Point of Inquiry

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"ten gigahertz" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

"Billion hurts a thousand million hurts then hurts us a cycle per second up to ten gigahertz that window is very quiet naturally and we split it up into nine billion individual frequency channel because we're looking for a type of transmission that engineered versus something that's natural so mother nature when she arrange is for us atoms or molecules to emit radio waves it happens over a wide range of frequencies but our engineers in order to make a very detectable signal with a large signal to noise ratio often cram all of the power of the transmissions down into a tiny narrow range of frequencies it's a trick nature can't do but engineers can and so we listen for radio signals that have this narrow band concentration characteristic and you listening you'll see what is likely be intentional transmissions which a calculated by the the other civilization to to be a form of communication that will be picked up from other parts of the galaxy or you just listings accidental bleeding ounce of them chattering away with each other well we're listening for anything that we can find and it would be easier to detect something that was intentionally transmitted for someone went to the trouble of putting some gain and and broadcasting a signal in our direction that would be the easiest thing to find their leakage transmission on their podcasts in their airport radars and that sort of thing um only have enough power in them to do their job and so you're not trying to although.

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"ten gigahertz" Discussed on CodeNewbie

CodeNewbie

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"ten gigahertz" Discussed on CodeNewbie

"Slower and perhaps a larger chips on the that's kind of gross characterization because of course you can make a chepren slow with a cutting edge fab and lately processes aren't getting fast like eu don't have ten gigahertz processors nowadays so in the the overall speed of a processors knotted as important anymore um as it used to be you know maybe ten fifteen years ago do you feel like overtime we have less physical constraints to um to deal with that might affect the the speed and power of a chip because we've gotten better at making them a smaller and faster and better via software um we've gotten better at utilising and optimizing the uh the programs right and and the processes that we design and getting heat off of a processor is a is a hard task and that is one of the reasons why we don't have 20 gigahertz processors 'cause you mentioned this little one inch by one inch square running it you know for gigahertz can use me now a water to watts of power which is an insane amount of power if it doesn't zack a lotta powered trust me it is and so you have to ask you to get he added i don't know if you if you read your laptop get really hot on your lap than you know you're the fans going in the basic is just trying to suck heat off that processor and so if you compare what your laptop does and it gets hot and you you definitely wouldn't want to have your laptop in your pocket with what we can do now with a smartphone that is doing stuff kinda like what your laptop has doing but you could leave in your pocket all day and it make it a little warm but it doesn't get that warm.

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"ten gigahertz" Discussed on CodeNewbie

CodeNewbie

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"ten gigahertz" Discussed on CodeNewbie

"Slower and perhaps a larger chips on the that's kinda gross characterization because of course you can make a chip run slow with a cutting edge fab and lately processes aren't getting fast like you you don't have ten gigahertz processor nowadays so in the the overall speed of a processors knotted as important anymore um as it used to be you know maybe ten fifteen years ago do you feel like over time we have less physical constraints to to deal with that might affect the the speed and power of a chip because we've gotten better at making them a smaller and faster and better via software um we've gotten better at utilizing and optimize ing the the programs right and and the processes that we design and getting heat off of a processor is a is a hard task and that is one of the reasons why we don't have twenty gigahertz processor because you mentioned this little one inch by one inch square running it you know for gigahertz can use a water to lots of power which is an insane amount of power if it doesn't zack a lotta powered trust me it is and so you have to ask you to get he out of if you read your laptop get really hot on your lap than you know you're the fans going in the basic is just trying to suck heat off that processor and so if you compare what your laptop does and it gets hot and you you definitely wouldn't want to have your laptop in your pocket with what we can do now with a smartphone that is doing stuff kind like what your laptop is doing but you leave in your pocket all day and it make it a little warm but it doesn't get that warm.

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