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    Capturing energy in the air to power electronics
    By Christina Hernandez | July 12, 2011, 4:00 AM PDT

    Capturing energy in the air to power electronics | SmartPlanet

    From cell phones to televisions to hospital equipment, there’s energy in the air all around us. Now, researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology have discovered how to harness this ambient energy and use it to power other devices.

    I spoke yesterday with Manos Tentzeris, an engineering professor who is leading the research. Below are excerpts from our interview.
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    interesting


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    Hi,

    Of course this is years from now. But think if they could make a smartphone that uses a small enough amount of power that it doesn't need a battery or it's battery is charged by radio waves......

    take care,

    Jay
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