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Showing 7 result(s) for "Wireless Communications Antennas"



A smart radio frequency (RF) energy recycler for wireless devices uses a novel RF energy harvester embedded inside or on wireless devices for generating electrical power from the unused wireless signals transmitted from the device.

A novel tapered chamber design that allows for easy polarization change, test zones clean of stray signals, and a thinner back wall absorber.

A reflective panel for deflecting electromagnetic waves comprised of a resistive material varying in resistivity across the panel.

A wireless sensor and data transponder for use in severe multipath varying propagation environments

This invention is a new type of compact antenna system, which is a specially designed transmission line system for the transparent array.

A unique metallic panel aperture design which allows the transmission of radio waves through the panel.

Stretchable, flexible, conformal multilayer electronics and antennas based on polymer substrate and metal, conductive material coated fibers.