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Indonesian students invent pinger to find quake victims
by Prasto Wardoyo
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2 September 2019
On 2 September 2019 Reuters reported:
It's the size of a credit card and about as slim. But if you're trapped under rubble after an earthquake, it just might save your life. A trio of Indonesian university students has invented a device that uses high-frequency signals to help locate victims after a natural disaster.
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