Smart 5G reflectors
French start-up Greenerwave has developed surfaces in the form of small plates whose structure reconfigures in real time to automatically redirect 5G waves to your receiver. The structure is reconfigured in real time to automatically redirect 5G waves to your receiver. The device allows to redirect the waves of Wi-Fi, satellite, radar or even 5G without having to multiply the relay antennas, which is particularly energy consuming and expensive waves from phones, Internet boxes, WiFi or even 5G antennas.
A saturation that often makes it very difficult to connect to your phone or computer. The phenomenon is due to the waves bouncing off in all directions trapped between the walls. The furniture also interferes with the good reception of the radio signal. But French start-up Greenerwave, founded in 2016, has solved this problem by developing surfaces in the form of small plates whose structure reconfigures in real time to automatically redirect 5G waves to your receiver.
These micromirrors are made up of small cells that use small electronics to change shape to redirect the beams of radio waves. This technology is suitable for receiving 5G in a complex environment, but also for connecting to satellites.
These new low-cost antennas consume five to six times less power than current systems while providing optimal wave reception and very low power consumption. In concrete terms, the surface of the intelligent reflectors from Greenerwaves is lined with liquid crystals that can be deformed at will. These micromirrors, called pixels by their designers, change their configuration under the influence of a low electrical voltage.