SeaAerial is a low-frequency antenna made of sea water. Continue reading →
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.
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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?
As part of a two-month trial in Finland trial, transaction information will be broadcast over a Finnish network.
The distinctive voices of radio broadcasters may be a result of their vocal cords being more elastic.
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