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Press Release 07-162 - Video
Nanotube Radio Simulation Movie

This simulation shows the electric field surrounding the nanotube radio during radio operation.
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This simulation shows the electric field surrounding the nanotube radio during radio operation. Notice how the field is strongest at the tip of the nanotube and how the field varies as the nanotube vibrates. This effect allows the nanotube radio to demodulate radio signals.

Credit: Zettl Research Group, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and University of California at Berkeley

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