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Published on Sep 24, 2013
With consumers looking for wireless communications that are fast, reliable and omnipresent, radio and communication engineers face ever-growing challenges in meeting demand. In short, the wireless spectrum is getting overcrowded, making bandwidth more expensive and slowing down data. There's a demand for radio solutions that offer higher processing efficiency than the digital signal processing currently in use.
Christophe Caloz is a research leader in the field of electromagnetic engineering who is developing a new generation of artificial semiconductor substances that are engineered to perform functions not possible with naturally occurring materials.