Archive for category graphene

Key Roles of Plasmonics in Wireless THz Nanocommunications

— A Survey by Efthymios LallasORCIDGeneral Department of Lamia, University of Thessaly, 35100 Lamia, Greece Appl. Sci. 2019, 9(24), 5488; https://doi.org/10.3390/app9245488 Abstract Wireless data traffic has experienced an unprecedented boost in past years, and according to data traffic forecasts, within a decade, it is expected to compete sufficiently with wired broadband infrastructure. Therefore, the use […]

Dr. José Luis Sevillano explains how vaccinated individuals are being irradiated from the outside and the inside

SEPTEMBER 06, 2021 In a recent program of La Quinta Columna, Dr. José Luis Sevillano explained that, although the population is being irradiated by waves emitted by 5G technology and both inoculated and non-inoculated people are being affected by the radiation emitted by the antennas, those who carry graphene oxide in their bodies are the ones […]

Cambridge University spinout commercialising next-generation graphene photonics technology for 5G and beyond – backed by Frontier IP Group plc and endorsed by major Telcos

Currently, 4.66 billion people use the internet around the globe. By 2023, it is estimated the number of devices connected to the internet will be more than three times the global population.  This will place unprecedented demands on our mobile networks. 5G has the capability for extremely high amounts of data, speed, and connectivity. However, […]

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