MIT is developing technologies to transform barriers into smart device antennas
MIT is developing technologies to transform barriers into smart device antennas


The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has demonstrated the development of new technologies that can transform the wall into a "smart surface for a smart device" by increasing the signal strength of the phone without using additional antennas.

Technical developers call it "RFocus", which can amplify signals about ten times and is relatively inexpensive and energy efficient. Since wireless signals interfere with the functionality of connected devices and other smart devices, this technology is intended for homes and warehouses.

"The main goal is to see if we can use and regulate environmental elements so we can actually control them. Align the signal," said Harry Balakrishnan, MIT professor, in a detailed article on technology. If you want the wireless device (signal) to send the lowest amount of power but give you a good signal, this looks very helpful in achieving this goal. The most promising approach. "

There is no information on when to launch the new technology, which uses 3000 small antennas to boost the strength of wireless signals.


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