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Spray WiFi Hot Spots on Everything

Spray Hot Spots on Everything - RF CafeLet me check the calendar. Nope, it's not April 1st. This item on Wired magazine's website reports a spray-on antenna product that, according to inventor Chamtech Enterprises, works near miracles on almost any antenna within its operational frequency (no details at this point). Tests have been conducted at 50 MHz (underwater communications) 100 MHz (aircraft VHF), 2 GHz (iPhone), and 2-5 GHz (microwave RFID tag). What is so magic about the spray? nCap Technology (antenna in a can - starts at 1:00 point in video)) - RF CafePer a recent press release, "Chamtech's patented nCap Technology is a breakthrough in antenna technology, replacing or enhancing traditional antennas to improve signal range, data rate, and battery life of devices relying upon antenna technology." This appears to be the patent application: Techniques for Conductive Particle Based Material Used for at Least One of Propagation, Emission and Absorption of Electromagnetic Radiation, 20120146855.

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Posted  February 2013
 
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