Teenager invents low-frequency radio for underground communications — Engadget

Teenager invents low-frequency radio for underground communications — Engadget

Teenager invents low-frequency radio for underground communications
By Vladislav Savov posted Feb 1st 2010 6:11AM

You know what’s really annoying? Teenagers. Even more annoying? Teenagers inventing legitimately useful things and getting awards for it. Meet Alexander Kendrick, the 16-year old inventor of a new low-frequency radio that allows for cave-texting, which isn’t some fresh new euphemism, it just means people can finally text while deep underground. How deep, you ask — well, Alexander’s team of intrepid explorers went far enough (946 feet) to record the deepest known digital communic

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