What are the Solar Antennas that were invented at MIT?



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    The solar antennas invented at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) are the “solar funnels.” Unlike, the current solar power rooftop installations the solar funnels would not take up much space, horizontally. The cells would collect solar energy and filter it down, shaped much-like a television antenna, to convert photons into electric current. Please read the very informative link below from MIT for a more technical explanation.

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