Technically Impossible

Lets look at the weak link in your statement. Anything "Technically Impossible" basically means we haven't figured out how yet.

/dev/zero and /dev/random in PowerShell - Binary file generation with Set-Content

dd command*1 in UNIX reads and writes data in specified bytes or blocks at specified devices. It is used to backup of HDD or USB memory at partition or sector level, or convert from an optic medium to ISO file.
Although Windows doesn't have similar command, DD for Windows*2 is one option as its alternative.

dd is also used to generate and edit binary file. DD for Windows can't do this, but PowerShell can cover it. It is Set-Content cmdlet.
docs.microsoft.com

Generating binary file

"Set-Content" is cmdlet basically for handling string. It can replace string in specified files. If specified file doesn't exist, it make new file including specified string.

/dev/zero

Specifying byte array instead of string, user can make a binary file. Example, next code outputs "my_binary.dat" as 128KB binary file.

gist.github.com

Open this file with binary editor, it is found that this code did the same thing as "/dev/zero".
f:id:espio999:20211107223133p:plain
f:id:espio999:20211107223203p:plain

/dev/random

Similarly, specifying byte array full of random numbers can do the same thing as "/dev/random".

gist.github.com

f:id:espio999:20211107223247p:plain
f:id:espio999:20211107223256p:plain

docs.microsoft.com