Car companies collaborate

A joint research and development collaboration to realise 5G vehicle communications has been started by technology company Continental and Japanese telecommunications company NTT DOCOMO.

  • Collaboration to advance 5G vehicle technology

    A joint research and development collaboration to realise 5G vehicle communications has been started by technology company Continental and Japanese telecommunications company NTT DOCOMO.

    The aim is to enhance connected infotainment functions and ...
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  • Coating turns fabrics into circuits

    Breathable, pliable, metal-free electrodes could be applied to fabric and off-the-shelf clothing to transport enough electricity to power small electronics, according to researchers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

    "We aim to build up ...
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  • Graphene based biosupercapacitor for implantable devices

    Researchers from UCLA and the University of Connecticut have designed a biological supercapacitor which operates using ions derived from bodily fluids. According to the team, its work could lead to longer-lasting cardiac pacemakers and other implantable ... Read More
  • First UNB transceiver offers 100Hz bandwidth

    French research institute Leti has developed what it says is the first wireless transceiver dedicated to ultra-narrow band (UNB) communication.

    Based on spectrally efficient modulations such as differential binary phase-shift keying and Gaussian ...
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