Project Description

a group of researchers at the georgia institute of technology have unveiled a new way to tap into the over-capacity of 5G networks — they have turned them into a wireless power grid that can power IoT devices that currently need batteries to operate. The result is a flexible rotman lens-based rectifying antenna (rectenna) system capable, for the first time, of millimeter-wave harvesting in the 28-GHz band.

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