NTT plans to put a high performance electric wave camera capable of giving distant views even in poor weather conditions, such ass rain and dense fog, into practical use in five years. The new camera receives electromagnetic wave called millimeter wave that is not absorbed by moisture in the air as easily as infrared light. Focusing attention on millimeter wave, the company has been conducting joint research with Nissan since 2009. NTT has been developing lens and antenna that receive milimeter waves besides circuit design, while Nissan has been working on processing of electric signals.
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