Treknology Reference Guide

by Joe Richardson

Power & PropulsionComputers & CommunicationTransporter, Replicator & HolodeckWeaponsOther Technology

 

The purpose of this guide is to determine the earliest known Human innovation of various technologies seen in Star Trek. Quotes and information from all TV series and movies is used, with Memory Alpha and Ex Astris Scientia as sources. No information found only in books, scripts or online is included on this list regardless of whether it may be considered canon or not.

 

Power & Propulsion

Impulse drive

Warp drive

Warp flight of the Phoenix in "Star Trek: First Contact"

Warp shuttle

Transwarp

Deflector dish

Hovercar

 

Computers & Communication

Communicator

Commbadge

Subspace communication

Subspace amplifier in ENT: "Silent Enemy"

Tricorder

Personal access display device (PADD)

Universal translator

Universal translator in TOS: "Metamorphosis"

Viewscreen

 

Transporter, Replicator & Holodeck

Transporter

Transporter in ENT: "Daedalus"

Site-to-site transport

Replicator

Protein resequencer in ENT: "Unexpected"

Holodeck

Medical hologram

 

Weapons

Phaser

Alternate phaser (2258 version) in "Star Trek (2009)"

Phaser rifle

Phase pistol

Photon torpedo

Hull polarization

Shield generator

Forcefield

Cloaking device

 

Other Technology

Hypospray in TOS: "The City on the Edge of Forever"

Hypospray

Dermal regenerator

Genetic engineering

Khan Noonien Singh in TOS: "Space Seed"

Human cloning

Soong-type android

Terraforming

Mars simulation in VOY: "Lifesigns"

Sonic shower

 

See Also

Power & Propulsion - about the right intermix ratio, warp inside a star system, how to stop a starship etc.

Computers & Communication - about gigaquads & nanometers, holographic backups, universal translators etc.

Transporter, Replicator & Holodeck - about how transporters, replicators and holodecks may work, their limitations and problems

Weapons - about inconsistent weapon and shield efficiencies etc.

Other Technology Inconsistencies - about structural integrity, inoculations, contending hardest substances, forgotten technologies etc.

A Close Look at 22nd Century Technology - complete analysis of its continuity and plausibility in Enterprise

Treknology Encyclopedia

 


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