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Starfleet Intelligence Central Records Archive (SICRA)

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Compiled Starship and Technology Report

As requested, selected starship and technology intelligence reports transferred from the Central Records Archive located at Starfleet Intelligence headquarters. Per regulations all information in this document is considered classified and is not to be shared with individuals without prior clearance.

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Heavy Cruiser
1,041.65 meters
772.43 meters
285.47 meters
4,320,000 metric tons
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Disruptors
Warp 6
Warp 9.6
Notes: The Romulan D'deridex class, also known as the Romulan Warbird, composes the bulk of the Romulan Empire's fleet in the late 24th century. Not widely know about until the Romulan reemergence in 2364, the Warbird can only be described as massive; it measures almost twice the length of a Federation Galaxy class with superior firepower. As with pervious Romulan designs the Warbird incorporates an improved cloaking device that is nearly impossible to detect. Also incorporated into the Warbird is a new engine design that uses an artificial singularity as its power source, though not as fast as Federation ships. The Warbird proved to be an effective weapon during the Dominion War.
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Bio-neural gel packs are the latest advance in Starfleet computer systems. Starfleet has deployed them on the newest classes of starships such as the Intrepid class. The gel packs consist of a traditional isolinear interface and a package of gel containing artificial fibers that resemble human neurons. These fibers are capable of forming billions of inter-connections, which has the effect of creating a complex computer architecture.

The gel packs are designed to use fuzzy logic, or best guess algorithms, when processing data making them very similar to how living organisms operate. Calculations that traditional isolinear chips are incapable of solving are easily guessed by the gel packs. The primary function of the gel packs on board a starship is to perform optimal fuel and warp calculations. The gel packs are also able to form sentient holograms because of their resemblance to artificial neural system.

Since the gel packs are made of organic material, they can become infected with viruses and bacteria, but are treatable by standard human medical procedures.
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