Efficient Electronics

Attention nowadays has turned to the energy consumption of systems that run on electricity. At the moment, the discussion is focused on electricity consumption in data centers: if this continues to rise at its current rate, it will account for a significant proportion of global electricity consumption in the future. Yet there are other, less visible electricity consumers whose power needs are a... » read more

RF Energy Harvesting and Wireless Power Transfer Technologies: Latest Technology & Future Develop Opportunities

A new technical paper titled "RF Energy Harvesting and Wireless Power Transfer for Energy Autonomous Wireless Devices and RFIDs" was published by researchers at Institut Polytechnique de Paris, Universidade de Aveiro, The Hague, McGill University, University of Bordeaux, Polytechnique Montreal, and others. Abstract: "Radio frequency (RF) energy harvesting and wireless power transmission (... » read more

Research Bits: March 22

Securing wireless communications without encryption Researchers from Princeton University, University of Michigan–Shanghai Jiao Tong University Joint Institute, and Xi’an Jiaotong University developed a millimeter-wave wireless chip that allows secure wireless transmissions and makes it challenging to eavesdrop on high-frequency wireless transmissions, even with multiple colluding bad acto... » read more

Why Does “Matter” Matter?

There is a good chance that you have come across "Matter" in recent news related to IoT and smart home. Matter was everywhere at CES 2022, and smart home ecosystems all talk about Matter when launching new devices. Matter helps IoT devices like your coffee maker and smart speaker talk to each other easily so that you as the end user don’t need to read complex user manuals or become an IoT con... » read more