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Protecting the weak from the strong

A thin engineered surface has been developed that can protect sensitive electronic systems from strong signal interference, allowing them to communicate effectively with external antennas.

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Figure 1: A metasurface microwave absorber.

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Eleftheriades, G. Protecting the weak from the strong. Nature 505, 490–491 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1038/nature12852

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