Boston-Radio-Interest Digest, Vol 14, Issue 217

Dave Doherty
Tue Aug 24 23:31:07 EDT 2010

Any device capable of providing a continuous stream of audio must provide a way of listening to it - generally, a wired connection to earbuds, in which case the wire provides the antenna. 

Some very interesting research has been published recently on organic models for antennas that are very small in relation to the wavelength being received, for those cases in which the device would allow for wireless stereo communication to two ear devices simultaneously and eliminate the earbud wire antenna.


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Wonder how terrestrial radio would be picked up directly on a cellphone with a fractal microwave antenna array? It doesn't sound too efficient to me. How does it work overseas? 

Anyone know?

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