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Electronic circuitry on a nanophotonic structure under test will change the optical properties of the structure when it absorbs radio frequency energy.
09.29.23

New Battlefield Obscurants Could Give Warfighters a Visibility Advantage

Clouds of tiny structures that are lighter than feathers – and whose properties can be remotely controlled by radio frequency (RF) signals – could one day give U.S. warfighters and their allies the ability to observe their adversaries while reducing how well they themselves can be seen.

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