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The team at Georgia tech has created a Rotman lens-based rectifying antenna, or rectenna, system. This flexible rectenna system has the capacity to harvest millimeter-waves within the 28-GHz band.
Understanding radio compliance and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) issues to help ensure that products meet regulatory testing requirements and customer expectations.
The growth of connected products and the Internet of Things (IoT) presents many challenges and risks to manufacturers and developers.
The United States Army is studying how smart cities could be utilized as a communication and information resource in the future.
Researchers from the National University of Singapore have invented low-cost, high-tech sensors for the Internet of Things (IoT).
Scientists from Purdue University and the University of Virginia have created a new fabrication method for building high-tech stickers.
Scientists have devised a way to improve location awareness for the Internet of Things, and cope with the rapidly growing number of mobile devices using cellular networks.
Engineers are working on perfecting small, high-efficiency radio frequency transformers.
Scientists from Carnegie Mellon University and Disney Research are transforming traditional walls into smart sensors.