As long as the microchip remains in the syringe, it is inactive, but as soon as it comes into contact with the injectable liquid, there is a radioelectric activation of the chip.
Many try to explain the presence of graphene in the vaccine, attributing to it toxic properties, or a form of intelligence that would act on the physiology of the body. Its toxicity is known, but it would be a rather collateral effect for some, not sought by the scientists who developed the vaccine. The electrical properties of graphene rather explain its presence.
On contact with graphene, the chip becomes electrically activated and emits its Bluetooth signal, generating its marking code.
I am an amateur electronics engineer; I know enough about it to know that this is bunk.
There is no "form of intelligence" aside from spiritual beings created by God. Nothing man creates will EVER have one foot in the spiritual realm, sufficient to INTELLEGE or know the essence of things in the material realm.
Yes, integrated circuits have gotten pretty small, but they need power. There is no such thing as a "radioelectric activation". That is gobbledygook. And no, they haven't made any alchemistic breakthroughs in electronics. They haven't found the Philosopher's Stone, nor are they capable of actual magic. With all our "advancements" to date, we are still dealing with the same basic principles of solid state electronics: P-N junctions on silicon and other semiconductors. Electricity still flows from + to - (conventional current flow). Ohms Law, Kirchoff's Law and all the other physical and mathematical laws still apply.
Basically it's the same as computers. Fundamentally, the fastest supercomputer today is still fundamentally the same as, say, the Apple II. Or if you can remember something earlier, picture that. The only difference? Today's PCs are much faster. That's it. They're just as dumb, just as mindless, just as needing of programming by intelligent humans. They still need a voltage source to operate, and if you sprinkle metal dust on the circuit board while it's turned on, it's toast.
P.S. This isn't the first time balderdash technobabble was used to dupe the ignorant. I've seen all kinds of scams (kickstarters, bogus products, etc.) that engineers know are bogus, but many people actually fall for them! Stuff like sprays to reduce your electric bill, devices that break the laws of physics, etc. As PT Barnum said, "There's a sucker born every minute."