This activity, from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), explores how the antenna part of body centric antennas (BCAs) work and encourages students to consider ethical issues surrounding the use of advanced technology to control prosthetics.
This resource is supported by the videos Body Centric Communications and Engineering for the greater good - Engineers Without Borders.
Related resources can be found in the Body Centric Communications collection.
Curriculum links include:
Waves and communications,wavelength, frequency, electromagnetic radiation, penetration, absorption, infrared, microwaves, RF (radio frequency).
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