Building Smartphone Antennas That Play Nice Together

Illustration: Mark Montgomery The problem has bedeviled designers for decades: How do you squeeze more and more antennas into smaller and smaller mobile devices? It’s tempting to think that the answer is simply to use smaller antennas or to pack them closer together, but there are fundamental constraints on antenna size and placement. Antennas emit …

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2 Small-Cap Tech Stocks Wall Street Forecasts Will Rally by 50% or More

As people and businesses grow more reliant on technology, tech companies are widening their bases and expanding their offerings to capitalize on the growing demand. Furthermore, with widespread digitalization across nearly every industry, and the increasing deployment of the 5G networks, investors are becoming evermore bullish about the industry. This is evidenced by the iShares …

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Superconductor ICs: the 100-GHz second generation

IMAGE: JAMES LUKENS, STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT STONY BROOK [1] Researchers have demonstrated simple digital frequency dividers with Josephson junctions that have 0.25-µm minimum features and that operate at data rates up to 770 Gb/s. They rely on rapid single flux quantum (RSFQ) circuits, whose speed grows as junction sizes shrink. At 0.25 …

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The Internet of Disposable Things Will Be Made of Paper and Plastic Sensors

The year is 2028. It’s 8 p.m. on a Wednesday night and you’re famished. You’re staring wistfully at the only remaining item in your refrigerator: a package of sausages with an unappetizing grayish hue. Ugh. Did they always look like that? Are they still safe to eat? In 2018, you’d have to rely on your …

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New SecQuAL Consortium Launches | Printed Electronics World

A group of eleven UK companies has been awarded funding by the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund for a project designed to bring technology to the fore in the farm-to-fork ecosystem. The award is part of ‘Made Smarter Innovation delivered by UK Research and Innovation’   The SecQuAL (Secure Quality Assured Logistics for Digital Food Ecosystems) …

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Here’s a Blueprint for a Practical Quantum Computer


The classic Rubik’s Cube has 43,252,003,274,489,856,000 different states. You might well wonder how people are able to take a scrambled cube and bring it back to its original configuration, with just one color showing on each side. Some people are even able to do this blindfolded after viewing the scrambled cube once. Such feats are …

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