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By A.J. Roan
Metal Tech News 

Drexel 2D material absorbs wavelengths

Radio and communications can be protected from interference Metal Tech News – October 26, 2022


Last updated 10/25/2022 at 2:38pm

Most communications use X-band waves to transmit signals.

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As one of the most prevalent forms of electromagnetic waves, X-band waves are everywhere in our day-to-day lives. Radio, communications, satellite, and wireless networks; we walk around emitting X-band waves from our very pockets.

Much like lead can protect even Superman from the effects of kryptonite, researchers at Drexel University's College of Engineering may have engineered a vanadium-based MXene shield that could render electronic devices impermeable to electromagnetic waves, essentially protecting them from the multitude of frequencies whizzing about our heads every day.

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