Researchers control and modulate acoustic waves on chip for the first time

Acoustic waves are slower than electromagnetic waves of the same frequency but, even in the high-speed world of computing and communications, that’s not a bad thing. Short acoustic waves are easy to confine in nanoscale structures, do not readily talk with each other and have strong interactions with the system in which they are confined, making them useful for both classical and quantum applications.

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