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Meta-material Sensors based Internet of Things for 6G Communications

  title={Meta-material Sensors based Internet of Things for 6G Communications},
  author={Jingzhi Hu and Hongliang Zhang and Boya Di and Kaigui Bian and Lingyang Song},
In the coming 6G communications, the internet of things (IoT) serves as a key enabler to collect environmental information and is expected to achieve ubiquitous deployment. However, it is challenging for traditional IoT sensors to meet this expectation because of their requirements of power supplies and frequent maintenance, which are due to their power-demanding sense and transmit modules. To address this challenge, we propose a meta-IoT sensing system, where the IoT sensors are based on… Expand

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