Scientists are now developing a way to add wi-fi energy to wifi, a small component, called a Rectenna, that uses a semiconductor to convert AC into DC. However, MIT’s technical team is hopeful that the device will become a useful tool in the field of accessories.
Rectenna is an antenna that can detect electromagnetic waves carried by Wi-Fi. Technologists at MIT have created the Rectenna using the world’s thinnest semiconductor, called Molybdenum Disulfide (MoS2).
Dr Zhang, a technical team leader, said he would look for ways to minimize the amount of storage in the system so that the full capacity of the equipment could be used.
Rectenna is a very thin and flexible type of antenna. Technicians also say they will be installed on face masks and used in household appliances.
While scientists have tested Retanna, the device was able to produce 40 microphones from the device.
The power of 40 microphones is enough to light the screen.
In addition, this technology is being used medically, as a result of the gastrointestinal tract, as a precautionary measure, it is no longer necessary to move the larynx to the larynx and to look at the gastrointestinal tract. ”
“But if there was a lithium battery in it, it could have died in the accident,” said Dr Grajal. “It is impossible to accidentally accidentally remove the battery.”
Credit: Min Thu (Daily Hot News)