A silicon on anything technique has been developed by a research team at Philips NV in Holland which, they say, can be used to make tiny radio frequency devices that use 10-20 times less power than current techniques. According to the Financial Times, it works by transferring complete circuits to substrates such as glass, which is more suitable for radio frequency devices than silicon. It open the way for communicators to be shrunk to the size of a watch.
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