MICROSENSORS

Exceptional points enhance wireless readout

In vivo sensors can be interrogated using a wireless system locked to an exceptional point, providing a sensitivity beyond the capabilities of standard wireless readout schemes.

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Fig. 1: An EP-locked reader can wirelessly interrogate the state of a microsensor.

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