Transmitting broadband through human arms at 10 Mbit/s
mai 16, 2010
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There seems just nothing impossible today, after sending data through wires, as well as wireless now researchers at Korea University in Seoul are being able to transmit data at 10 Mbits/s through a victims arm, from one electrode to another 30 centimeters apart using 45 MHz.
The link is told to use less energy then Bluetooth, no wonder since the human skin has far lower resistance then the air. The team sees health benefits for their technology. I serious wonder about the negative health impact data submission through our body does?
Since we are an biological-electromagnetic being, our body uses internal electricity to make anything working as smooth as it does. Just check for the official way to prove someone is dead, it says no Voltage from EEG (electroencephalography) measurable, patient dead.
Some researchers at Nippon Telegraph and Telephone are also working on intra-body networks, with goals as allowing people to unlock doors just by touching them.