It is suitable to capture and convert both artificial HF electromagnetic waves, (such as carriers for data transmission, radio-television, telephone communications, heat sources) and natural HF electromagnetic waves (of the IR-UV-Visible-Microwaves solar electromagnetic spectrum). The HF waves are captured by antennas suitably dimensioned in order to enter into resonance with various selective frequencies at the same radiation frequency. Particular importance is given to the electromagnetic waves of the IR band, which may be captured even in presence of unfavourable weather conditions and at night (since they are absorbed by the terrain and the organic matter during the day). A second device, balanced with the antennas, allows to rectify the current produced from AC to DC, fostering the immediate use of every possible application.

Improved lifetime energy yield

Our device facilitates an higher output compared to current photovoltaic systems, going from a current output of 20-30%, to the possibility of reaching 70-80%.

Easier positioning

Since it is able to absorb infrared in a large angular range, it does not need a precise solar incidence angle.

Significantly reduced dimensions

It has a very reduced dimension, as it can be overlapped in appropriately dimensioned layers to capture different spectrum bands and reduce greatly the application area.

Flexible support

It can be realized either on rigid panels, or on flexible materials (e.g. polyethylene), giving in this way more possibilities of application, thanks to the system flexibility (see possible applications).

Reduced costs

It has remarkably low production and installation costs compared to current photovoltaic panels.


It does not need to be disposed of, therefore it is environmentally friendly and not dangerous to humans.


Some of the many possible applications of our project are illustrated below.

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