When smart antenna system gets smart
When smart antennas get smart, the first thing that goes through the mind of an antenna installer is, “What’s the best way to put my antenna in my smart system?”
That’s a question that has plagued antenna installers for years, as many of them are unaware that their antennas can become smarter and can also learn to do things for themselves.
But, thanks to the advancements in smart antenna technology, those antennas are now smarter and are capable of more than just transmitting the same signals as before.
The latest smart antenna, developed by the U.S. Department of Energy, is a smart antenna that can “learn” what it sees to provide more advanced features that make it the most advanced antenna on the market.
“It’s like a supercomputer learning how to work together with you, and vice versa,” says Jim Ransom, an antenna installer for the National Electric Light Company.
“So, when you’re looking at that big antenna and you see the ‘wow’ factor, you can tell that that antenna is capable of learning how you’re going to work with it and what you want out of it.”
While the new antenna is a bit different from what was previously available, it has a lot of the same features that made the current smart antenna the most powerful and most advanced in the industry.
For instance, the antenna uses a special, high-density semiconductor, called a high-power transducer, to transmit signals.
This is a type of device that can transmit energy and then store that energy in a capacitor to be used again in the future.
This means that when the antenna is in use, it can receive signals from any device it’s connected to.
It can also receive signals even when it is not being used.
So, for example, the current antenna can receive information from an iPhone, and the antenna can send that information to the iPhone as well, which then sends it to the smart antenna.
It also includes a “smart switch” that allows the antenna to be connected to a different power source if the antenna needs to receive information for any reason, such as a battery replacement.
The antenna can even automatically detect the location of the device that is using it, so it can automatically turn on the device, which makes it much more convenient.
But most importantly, the new smart antenna is built with an infrared receiver to send out infrared signals to help the antenna learn about nearby objects and people.
So when the user opens the door, the infrared receiver on the antenna sends the signal to the smartphone.
This can then tell the antenna which device is connected to the door and how far away it is, allowing the antenna’s internal sensors to pick up on the object and its location.
“The antennas have learned to use infrared,” says Michael Kallen, the project manager for the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy’s (ARPA-E) Advanced Antenna Technologies Program.
“They’re learning how they use infrared to learn about the world around them.”
The antenna also includes “infrared sensors” that detect when the device is near, and it can even send out an infrared beacon to help it find its way around.
The device can also have a built-in microphone that can detect noise and vibration and then send out a message to a nearby device, and this can then be transmitted to the antenna.
So while the antenna will now be able to learn more about its environment and its surroundings, it’s also now capable of picking up on any kind of audio or visual signals.
It even has an IR receiver that can send out audio signals from inside the device.
This new antenna will be on display at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) 2018 International Electronics Conference in San Francisco, California, starting April 6.