From: D. C. Sessions (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jan 06 2000 - 11:42:28 PST
Adrian Shiner wrote:
> The comments about large currents not causing EMI problems lend some support
> to my thoughts that voltage based logic is not the necessarily the best way
> of designing computers.
Not much in the way of alternatives for now. There are only two ways to
get static power consumption near zero: zero voltage drop or zero current.
One occurs with near-infinite conductance and the other with near-infinite
impedance. The latter is a LOT easier to achieve than the former.
Another way to look at it is that in an SI sense we're dealing with a
fairly narrow range of impedances, so there's pretty much a 1:1
correspondence between voltage and current.
-- D. C. Sessions email@example.com
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