Spray-On Antenna Can Turn Anything Into A Cell Phone Signal Booster

Spray-On Antenna Can Turn Anything Into A Cell Phone Signal Booster

An aerosol can full of nanocapacitators unveiled at Google's Solve for X conference can boost phone reception.

Emma Hutchings
  • 16 february 2012

Utah start-up Chamtech has introduced a spray-on antenna at Google’s ‘Solve for X’ conference that could be an interesting development in improving cell phone reception. The signal booster in a can apparently covers a surface in nanocapacitors that align themselves to create a sort of wireless antenna. The company claims the product would work on a number of surfaces including walls, trees, clothing, even underwater.

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