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Radio Energy Harvested With Inkjet-Printed Antenna

judgecorp (778838) writes | more than 3 years ago

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judgecorp writes "Everlasting green energy for RF tags and other low-power devices could be possible as scientists have harvested energy from ambient radio waves using cheap antennas printed by an ordinary inkjet. The scientists, from Georgia Tech, started at 100MHz but have now produced systems which scavenge power at up to 60GHz, allowing them to draw power from most of today's major radio technologies."
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Scavenging (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#36942146)

Wouldn't this disturb the signals?

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