Introducing the NanoRadio

 

NanoRadio

A nanoradio is a carbon nanotube anchored to an electrode, with a second electrode just beyond its free end.

If you own a sleek iPod Nano, you’ve got nothing on Alex Zettl. The physicist at the University of California, Berkeley, and his colleagues have come up with a nanoscale radio, in which the key circuitry consists of a single carbon nanotube.

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