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+ - Fingernail-Sized Radar Chip Could be Used in Future Smartphones->

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Zothecula (1870348) writes "Research based in Frankfurt, Germany, and funded by the European Union, has resulted in a new low-cost, fingernail-sized radar chip package that could be implemented in a variety of areas, including the automotive industry, robotics and smartphones. “As far as I know, this is the smallest complete radar system in the world,” said Professor Christoph Scheytt, coordinator of the project on behalf of IHP Microelectronics in Frankfurt, Germany."
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Fingernail-Sized Radar Chip Could be Used in Future Smartphones

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