Last week, a group of astronomers announced that they had for the first time discovered the source galaxy for a mysterious type of event known as a fast radio burst (FRB). But only a few days later, another group of scientists produced informal research that suggested otherwise.
Powerful transient radio flashes in the universe pop off randomly and appear to defy explanation, but astronomers have made a breakthrough in pinpointing the exact source of one of these fast radio bursts.
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Somewhere out there in the darkest depths of our universe, something is generating mysterious eruptions of energy that are being detected as fast radio bursts -- and astronomers are close to working out what they are.
A multi-band antenna and a type of battery that converts alternating current to direct current is turning Wi-Fi into power.
The Architecture of Radio reveals the invisible to provide a comprehensive window into the infosphere.
A new measurement and modeling tool could give us time to brace for disruptive electromagnetic storms Continue reading →
Scientists have found a way to use radio waves to match fiber optic data transmission speeds. Is 32 Gigiabits per second Wi-Fi in our future?
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