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Printed e-label breakthrough

Advance in has potential to connect paper to the internet.
Researchers in Sweden and the UK have created a printed diode capable of operating above one gigahertz, marking a breakthrough in printed e-label technology and adding to current means of interconnecting objects in an internet-like environment.
Heralded as the starting point of having paper connected to the internet, the authors explain that printed electronic labels and stickers are expected to define future outposts of the

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