Researchers Design First Battery-Powered Invisibility Cloaking Device

Researchers Design First Battery-Powered Invisibility Cloaking Device

According to a latest news release, which has come-up on the 18th of December, it has been exclaimed that the researchers from the University of Texas at Austin's Cockrell School of Engineering have been able to successfully plan the first ever a cloaking device.

It has been claimed by sources that this cloaking device uses an external source of energy in order to broaden considerably its bandwidth of operation.

The researchers explain that in computer networking and computer science, bandwidth is referred to as a measurement of bit-rate of available or consumed data communication resources, which are expressed in bits per second or multiples of it.

This research team was led by Andrea Alu, who is an associate professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, according to sources.

This research team has come up with a novel design for an active cloaking device, as per the reports by the experts.

It is also revealed by the researchers that this device is able to draws energy from a battery.

Alu said, "Many cloaking designs are good at suppressing the visibility under certain conditions, but they are inherently limited to work for specific colors of light or specific frequencies of operation".

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