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Wireless Communication with No Batteries

Wireless Communication with No Batteries

Using ambient backscatter, these devices can interact with users and communicate with each other without using batteries. They exchange information by reflecting or absorbing pre-existing radio signals (Credit: University of Washington) A team of engineers from the University of Washington ...

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Seagliders Explorers

Seagliders Explorers

Seagliders are the result of a collaborative effort between the University of Washington’s Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) and the university’s School of Oceanography. These autonomous underwater vehicles are used to gather valuable information such as conductivity-temperature-depth (CTD) data at a ...

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