Bad reception? Spray on antennae on the waqy

Posted February 13, 2012 by Stuff Staff in Features


Blame your phone, blame your network, blame the weather – whoever is to blame when you lose mobile signal, nothing can help, until now. One of the first ideas to come out of Google’s version of the TED speeches – which it has dubbed Solve for X – is a spray-on antennae.

Chamtech Enterprises has developed the spray-on antennae which is lighter and more energy efficient than any other options out there. Imagine losing signal and spraying a nearby wall, tree or even clothes to turn it into a signal booster, brilliant. Real world testing found a 10 percent boost in mobile energy efficiency, weather in dry or wet weather. In fact it worked surprisingly well under water and could be used for future sub-aquatic telecommunications infrastructure, so even Aquaman will soon have signal too.


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