December 2019: A  collaboration led by KIC member Darrel Schlom has created a new material that will bring clarity and extra bandwidth to the next generation of cellphones and other high-frequency electronics. The material is capable of operating at frequencies up to 125 GHz, well above the desired 30 GHz for the next wave of 5G and even 6G cell service. The tunable dielectric could also be used for defense applications such as electronic spoofing, in which a signal is deployed to confuse high-frequency radar systems. Read more about project on the Cornell Chronicle.

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