Researchers Harvest Energy From Radio Waves to Power Wearable Devices

Radio waves energy harvester
Image credit: Penn State University
We’ve all heard about radio waves. These are signals permeated by microwaves and Wi-Fi connections. However, these are not just mere signals of energy consumed but are also sources of […]
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