This brief and simplified discernment is to complement the following research and application https://physicsworld.com/a/arrow-of-time-points-forward-in-quantum-systems. And which correlated and matched with content and context of discernment https://www.epistemologyontologyfoundationinstitute.org/nature-decode/on-the-arrow-of-time6614411 (and diverse related past discernments):
Transmission phenomena and their characteristics depend and vary on many variables such as realm, medium, technology. And many aspects of phenomenology are due to such as reflection, dispersion, polarization, and or scattering. And which could easily affect functions and operations of components and systems For example, dispersion, polarization, and scattering can manifest and vary more widely depending on the realm, medium, and technology. However, reflection is the norm across medium and technology whether electrical, radio-microwave, optical, or quantum. For example, in electrical technology and copper line, transmission effects can be due to such as material, technology, resistance, capacitance, inductance, impedeance, frequency, energy, coupling, temperature, diverse types of noise (such as thermo, cross talk, coupling, environment), and medium characteristics.
And therefore, this discernment is to state that is is essential while inspire and encourage the organization, creation, and development of quantum transmission (and information) medium phenomenology and characterization discipline. And which can be built on the core wisdom and insights of electrical, radio-microwave, and optical as well as available quantum (i.e. systems, boards, and chips) empirical data. The efforts would give insights into the nature of information in nature (since all transmission technologies are based on man made. And therefore, have limitations as had discerned diverse ways in past discernments) such as why classical or locality and non-locality. And as well as quantum and beyond. Therefore, insights into nature process, topology, structure, function, mechanism, and order.
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