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  • Darpa’s new infrared sensor needs almost no power to function

    International Business Times - 09/13/2017

    A team from the Northeastern University has developed a sensor that requires almost no power to work and operate. Made for the US Department of Defense’s Darpa (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) for its N-Zero programme, it can detect and read infra red (IR) light and frequencies.

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