Connect with us
In the United States created paper microcircuits for disposable electronics In the United States created paper microcircuits for disposable electronics

News

In the United States created paper microcircuits for “disposable” electronics

Published

on

One of the problems of modern electronics is a large amount of waste from it – both during production and during disposal. Therefore, researchers are looking for ways to reduce the amount of waste. One of the options was the idea of ​​creating printed circuit boards from paper.

In the United States created paper microcircuits for

This option was proposed by researchers from Binghamton University in the USA. It goes without saying that such boards may not be used everywhere. They can be used in IoT systems, various sensors, delivery systems, medical sensors, and environmental monitoring systems.

Given that paper is an environmentally friendly material, such boards can be easily recycled. For boards, it is proposed to use a special waxed paper on which conductive tracks will be printed.

At the same time, such boards will require additional packaging that can protect them from moisture. So far, nothing has been reported about the commercial release of such boards or devices based on them.

Previously, Sony announced that they plan to abandon the plastic packaging of their products.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

News

Mutny Continent hosted mobile internet for the first time

Published

on

Mutny Continent hosted mobile internet for the first time

VimpelCom (trademark Beeline) announced that it has become the first and currently the only operator that has built infrastructure and launched cellular mobile communications in the village of Mutny Materik.

Mutny Continent hosted mobile internet for the first time

“Mudny Mainland” is a remote settlement in the Komi Republic, the distance to the nearest city is almost 300 km. As part of expanding Beeline network coverage in the region, the operator launched 4G in this village as well. Previously, only voice calls were available to a population of about 900 people, and even then, not cellular, but through Beeline satellite communication channels.

As the operator notes, the launch of cellular communication was complicated not only by the remoteness of the village from other settlements, but also by its inaccessibility. “Mudny Continent” is located on the banks of the Pechora River, it can be reached in the warm season only by water transport or by helicopter, and in the cold season along a temporary road – a winter road.

Director of the Syktyvkar branch of Beeline Konstantin Ikonnikov noted:

Communication is now one of the vital needs, and the mobile Internet allows you to quickly resolve many important issues and gain access to digital services, such as government services. Understanding what social task we are performing, Beeline is building a network even in the most remote and hard-to-reach corners of the Komi Republic and the whole country, despite the rather harsh climate and vast distances. Developing communication in such conditions is always a challenge that we cope with, and the launch of 4G Internet in the village of Mutny Mainland is another confirmation of this.

Continue Reading

Phones

A giant camera module that takes up almost half a smartphone. A photo of Tecno Phantom X2 has appeared

Published

on

A giant camera module that takes up almost half a

It seems that the Tecno Phantom X2 smartphone will indeed receive the largest camera module among all devices on the market. Or at least he seems to be.

A giant camera module that takes up almost half a smartphone.  A photo of Tecno Phantom X2 has appeared

A photo of the device appeared on the Web, where you can see a giant block located in the center of the upper part and occupying a huge area of ​​\u200b\u200bthe back cover. In addition, he looks very unusual.

The image quality leaves much to be desired, and one might think that this is just someone’s imagination, but the fact is that back in October this device was listed in the FCC database with exactly the same design. Of course, this does not mean that the existing photo is not a fake, but at least this is the design that a smartphone should have, since the data in the controller database cannot be false.

Earlier, Tecno also said that this smartphone will receive SoC Dimensity 9000, that is, it will be the company’s first flagship-level device, at least based on the platform. The source also talks about a 6.8-inch curved 120Hz AMOLED screen.

Continue Reading

Phones

When in some countries the smartphone is worse than in others. Realme 10 Pro + in some markets will receive a different platform

Published

on

When in some countries the smartphone is worse than in

The Realme 10 Pro+ smartphone will enter the global market on December 8th. As it became known, some markets will offer a worse version than others.

When in some countries the smartphone is worse than in others.  Realme 10 Pro + in some markets will receive a different platform

It’s about the platform. The Realme novelty was announced with the latest SoC Dimensity 1080, the same device will appear in India, but at least in some countries in Asia, the smartphone will be based on the Dimensity 920 for some reason.

When in some countries the smartphone is worse than in others.  Realme 10 Pro + in some markets will receive a different platform

Recall that Realme 9 Pro + is based on this SoC, that is, the new smartphone will not be better than the old one. True, in fact, the difference between the Dimensity 920 and 1080 is minimal, so in practice it can hardly be felt. But still, technically, we are talking about the fact that in some countries the Realme 10 Pro + will be worse than in others.

Recall that the smartphone is also equipped with a curved screen with a very thin frame, a 108-megapixel camera and 67-watt charging.

Continue Reading

Most Popular