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We present details of a novel bioelectric interface formed by placing microfabricated probes into insect during metamorphic growth cycles. The inserted microprobes emerge with the insect where the development of tissue around the electronics during the pupal development allows mechanically stable and electrically reliable structures coupled to the insect.(More)
We present details of a novel bioelectric interface formed by placing microfabricated probes into insect during metamorphic growth cycles. The inserted microprobes emerge with the insect where the development of tissue around the electronics during the pupal development allows mechanically stable and electrically reliable structures coupled to the insect.(More)
Patch antennas are attractive in many mobile communication applications since they are light-weight and simple to manufacture. However, the traditional patch antenna suffers from narrow frequency bandwidth. In this paper, we propose the use of a liquid crystal substrate for a patch antenna whose frequency can be tuned by changing the biasing voltage across(More)
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