Georgia Tech professor Manos Tentzeris (right) and Ph.D. student Benjamin Cook fold origami antennas that were printed on a custom inkjet printer. (Credit: Rob Felt, Georgia Tech)
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Georgia Tech professor Manos Tentzeris (right) and Ph.D. student Bijan Tehrani examine the morphology of micron-sized inkjet printed structures on flexible substrates. Credit: Rob Felt, 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. Credit: Rob Felt, Georgia Tech
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The antenna's folding and unfolding capabilities provide an advantage in various commercial and military applications. According to Tentzeris, such antennas could be included in different types of communications equipment, as well as various sensors...