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Smartphones Tap Printed Antennas, Says EE Live! Speaker

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krisi   3/26/2014 10:58:13 AM
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Both printed antennae and silicon photonics are very exciting technologies that have the potential to change the way communication hardware is built...but one has very little in common with the other...I wonder why a small shop like TE has chosen to work on both, sounds like dillution of resources to me...Kris

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rick merritt   3/26/2014 10:40:39 AM
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If you are working on printed antennas or silicon photonics I'd like to hear about it.

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