Los Alamos National Laboratory engineers have developed a flat-panel technology with exciting implications for the world of communications.
Scientists from Hiroshima Japan have created a new transceiver that could pave the way for ultrahigh-speed wireless communications.
Industrial Automation The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) has released IEC 62657-1:2017 for “Industrial communication networks - Wireless communication networks - Part 1: Wireless communicat... Read More...
A new device could change the world of wireless communication forever.
Is passive wifi the answer to our battery-draining woes?
Researchers at Brown University have developed a device to help create an alternative to our strained wireless networks. Their work involves the terahertz (THz) range of the electromagnetic spectrum, which is a... Read More...
University of Washington researchers have developed a new gesture-recognition system that uses existing signals to read hand movements rather than large amounts of power that previous gesture-recognition technology has required.