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Designing A New Transistor For Cheaper, Faster Wireless Communications

A new type of high-electron mobility transistor has been developed at the University of Delaware -- and it could help change wireless communications.

University of Cincinnati Heads National Cybersecurity Initiative

The University of Cincinnati is leading a bold new initiative for cybersecurity.

First Successful Demonstration Of A 1 Petabit Per Second Network Node

NICT has successfully demonstrated the first network node capable of operating at 1 petabit per second.

Creating A Tactile Interaction Strategy to Allow For Human-Swarm Communications

Scientists from the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology in Russia have created a new strategy that could help improve interactions between robotic swarms and their human counterparts.

Leveraging the Principle of the Hall Effect to Boost Radio Signals

Researchers from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have successfully created a synthetic Hall effect, one of the most well-known electromagnetic effects found in physics, to achieve one-way radio transmission.
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NIST Team Demonstrates Atoms Can Receive Communication Signals

Scientists from the NIST have successfully demonstrated a sensor that relies on atoms to receive communication signals.

Creating the Third Wave of Integrated Circuits

Researchers from the University of Sydney Nano Institute have taken the feedback from optical fibers and adapted it into a new breed of integrated circuits.

Optogenetically-Inspired Electronic Chip to Imitate Behavior of Human Brain

Scientists from RMIT University have successfully developed a new type of electronic chip capable of imitating how the human brain stores information.

Scientists Developing Wireless Transceiver to Go Beyond 5G Network

Scientists from the University of California Irvine are working on a wireless transceiver that they hope will take wireless communication to the next level.

Amazon Gears Up Plans To Launch Nationwide Broadband Service

Amazon is making moves to create a nationwide broadband network, and has filed an application with the FCC.
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