The Internet of Things May Depend on Tunable Antennas Made of …

Engineers at North Carolina State University have devised a new form of tiny, liquid-metal antenna that’s capable of tuning into a wide range of radio frequencies, offering a timely solution to a looming and potentially damning problem in networked electronics—namely, the limits of the radio spectrum itself. If this whole Internet of Things project is going to work, we’ll need better and, crucially, more ways to communicate with it.

Read the source article at Motherboard


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