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September 16th, 2005
Charles Q. Choi: Radios the size of bacteria employing nano-magnets could help microchips wirelessly communicate with one another, experts told UPI's Nano World.
"Wireless connections between microchips could offer possible benefits in terms of reduced system complexity and easier and less costly manufacturing requirements," said researcher Fred Mancoff, a magnetoelectronics-device scientist at chipmaker Freescale Semiconductor in Chandler, Ariz.
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