Waveguide 1

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Waveguide 1
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Pattern type Fuse
Period 8
Speed c
Discovered by Tony Smithurst
Year of discovery 1997

Waveguide 1 is the first waveguide that was constructed and was found in 1997 by Tony Smithurst. It consists of a superstring running between two rows of tubs. The superstring itself has period 4 and a repeating section of width 9 that produces one blinker per period and was originally discovered in 1971. With the tub track in place, however, the period is 8. This track can also be used with a number of other superstrings.

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