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This card can generate electricity from FiveG system

This card can generate electricity from FiveG system

Developed by Georgia Tech scientists, it is the world’s first 3D, card-like rectifying antenna that can draw electricity from the Fiji Tower. Theoretically, wireless communication systems generate a lot of energy, and it is said that future smartphones will be able to get up to 30% of their power from wireless networks.

The Georgia Tech team published the study in Scientific Reports. He has researched millimeter radio waves and developed the technology to draw electricity from it. But larger rectifying antennas are needed for more energy. Then the antlers have to be turned in the direction from which the radiation is emanating.

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