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Harnessing wider spectrum of ambient radio waves for powerless IoT device communication

Internet of Things sensors could piggyback ambient radio waves instead of transmitting their own

Most of the devices and sensors connecting to the Internet of Things (IoT) rely on transmitting radio waves to communicate, which requires power, which means batteries if mains power isn't an option. A team at Disney Research is looking at harnessing a technique called ultra-wideband (UWB) ambient backscatter, which would allow devices to piggyback their communications on the multitude of FM and cellular signals already in the air.

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Category: Telecommunications

Tags:
  • Batteries
  • Cellular
  • Communications
  • Energy
  • FM transmitters
  • Internet of Things
  • Radio
  • Wireless
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