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As consumer drones have become more commonplace, so too have concerns that owners might be tempted to use them for snooping. Researchers have now developed a way to uncover such activity, coming up with a way to intercept a drone's radio signals and tell whether it's been filming things that it shouldn't...Continue Reading Intercepting radio signals can reveal if a drone is spying on youCateg
Incredibly powerful but gone in a flash, mysterious signals known as Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs) are regularly detected in all corners of the sky. A repeating signal known as FRB 121102 was already the weirdest one out there, but now an international team of astronomers has found that this oddball is even odder than previously thought. The radio waves from FRB 121102 are being "twisted" to an ex
One of the world's most powerful radio telescopes is back online months after sustaining hurricane damage. The 1,000-ft (305-m) Arecibo Observatory only received minor structural damage when Hurricane Maria made landfall on the island of Puerto Rico on September 20, but the commercial electrical grid needed to power the giant antenna was only recently re-established. Though it resumed radio o
Someday, patients may have small tags placed on their clothing when they enter a hospital or doctor's office waiting room. By the time they actually get tended to, their vital signs will already be known. If so, it'll be thanks to research currently being conducted at Cornell University...Continue Reading Radio tags made to monitor vital signsCategory: MedicalTags: Cornell University
built for the outdoors - when you and your smartphone are not - the AE1120/00 portable surival-kit radio promises to provide the bare necessities.The post philips comes to the rescue with portable survival-kit radio appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Assembly of a new giant Canadian radio telescope that has no moving parts yet is capable of scanning half the sky in a single day has been completed. The Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (CHIME) at Kaleden, British Columbia is composed of four 100-m (330-ft)-long metal troughs covering an area the size of five NHL hockey rinks and is capable of pairing with supercomputers to cre
Fast Radio Bursts (FRB) have puzzled astronomers ever since they were first detected about 10 years ago. Coming in from all corners of space, these strong but extremely short-lived signals can't be explained by any known celestial object, and now the mystery has deepened even further. Normally, FRBs fire off once and aren't heard from again, but one outlier has been particularly chatty over t
Let's say that you, like 50 million other people in America alone, suffer from some kind of sleep disorder. A logical step would be to visit a sleep clinic. But is that really the best way to have your sleep patterns analyzed? For one thing, no one really sleeps that well in a new space. For another, the electrodes attached to your skin could wake you up when they pull and pinch as you toss a
what look like hundreds of overturned lace umbrellas casting cobweb-like shadows are in fact antennae, forming a radio telescope that can tell the age of stars. The post hundreds of delicate cobweb structures make up the HERA radio telescope appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
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