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Photos of the Day: Inkjet-Printed Antennas

Tue, 10/01/2013 - 5:30pm
Georgia Tech

An inkjet-printed agricultural “origami leaf” wireless sensor fabricated with the unique inkjet printing capabilities of Georgia Tech professor Manos Tentzeris’ ATHENA lab. (Georgia Tech Photo: Rob Felt)

Read: $2M Grant to Develop Unique Origami-Shaped Antennas

A “zero-power” origami leaf wireless sensor that can sense and report ground water moisture content developed and produced by Tentzeris’ Georgia Tech group, in collaboration with Tokyo University researchers. (Georgia Tech Photo: Rob Felt)

Georgia Tech professor Manos Tentzeris (left) and graduate student Bijan Tehrani analyze micron-scale inkjet printing RF fabrication. (Georgia Tech Photo: Rob Felt)

Georgia Tech professor Manos Tentzeris (right) and Ph.D. student Benjamin Cook fold origami antennas that were printed on a custom inkjet printer. (Georgia Tech Photo: Rob Felt)

 
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