Transparent antenna on display (AOD) that is characterised by a smooth 360-degree high-capacity data transmission and reception
Venture company Kreemo has developed the world’s first transparent antenna on display (AOD) that is characterised by a smooth 360-degree high-capacity data transmission and reception. By combining an antenna and a display into one, more space can be utilised.
The existing display touch sensor function will be still available. The key is to make an array antenna invisible to the human eye with thin microelectrodes in the display panel.
Existing antennas will be installed on the back or side of the device. Only signals coming from the back or side of the device can be sent and received. There is no problem when sending and receiving low-frequency signals, but signal interference occurs when sending and receiving large amounts of data such as metaverse. In particular, if you hold the device by hand or place it on a cradle, then the signal interference is at its maximum.
The built-in display antenna can be mounted on high-definition screens and glasses in organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) or liquid crystal displays (LCDs) of smartphones, augmented reality (AR), and game devices.
The design element is excellent with an invisible transparent antenna.
The antenna technology is expected to become a metaverse antenna platform in a rapidly-growing global market.