Scientists are exploring the use of Rydberg-atoms as antennae for the reception of radio-waves, which has applications in deep space communications and other situations where a signal is covered in a lot of noise, or a signal is simply extremely weak, as well as radio transmissions that require a high degree of security.
To do so, they had a little help from Queen:
"The team used their quantum system to pick up stereo—with one atomic species recording the instrumental and another the vocal at two different sets of laser frequencies. They selected a Queen track—"Under Pressure"—to test if their system could handle Freddie Mercury's extensive vocal range.
"One of the reasons for cutting stereo was to show that this one receiver can pick up two channels simultaneously, which is difficult with conventional receivers," said Holloway, who explained that although it is the early days for atomic communications, there is potential to use this to improve the security of communications."
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