MIT’s Terahertz Wake-up Receiver Chip

MIT’s Terahertz Wake-up Receiver Chip

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Researchers from MIT’s Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department, create a receiver chip that can offer an improved battery life for IoT devices. Interesting Engineering shares.

An ultra-compact terahertz wake-up receiver chip has been created by MIT engineers that uses only a few microwatts of power and comes with a low-power authentication system to defend against denial-of-sleep assaults. Wake-up receivers have grown more important as smaller Internet of Things (IoT) devices have gained popularity.

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