Recent Innovations in Flexible Memory, Smart Antennas, and VLC Systems

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This issue of Microelectronics TOE covers recent developments in flexible memory, smart antennas, and VLC systems. Innovations profiled include a graphene oxide-based flexible non-volatile memory by the University of Exeter, a dynamic thermal management technique for mobile hotspots in electronic systems by the Duke University, an active frequency selective surface-based smart antenna by the Jimei University, a fluorescent concentrator-enabled visible light communication system by the University of Oxford, and an embedded system for smart walking aids by the University of Ljubljana.The Microelectronics TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) captures global electronics-related innovations and developments on a week

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Recent Innovations in Flexible Memory, Smart Antennas, and VLC SystemsRecent Developments in Flexible Memory, Smart Antennas, and VLC SystemsGraphene Oxide-based Flexible Non-volatile MemoryDynamic Thermal Management Technique for Mobile Hotspots in Electronic SystemsActive Frequency Selective Surface-based Smart AntennaFluorescent Concentrator-enabled Visible Light Communication SystemEmbedded System for Smart Walking Aids Industry Contacts




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