Tiny transmitters that cost a penny to print unveiled
Posted in: Mobile & Wireless at 14/08/2012 17:34
Researchers in Korea have devised a cheap way of transmitting data from objects to mobile phones when swiped.
They have printed small "rectennas", a cross between an antenna and an AC/DC current converter, onto plastic foils using electronic inks.
The rectenna uses radio waves emitted from a smartphone to transmit data to it from a tiny chip.
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