Data Transfer Through Skin PPT PDF Presentation & Seminar
Mobile & Internet networks are used for transmission over distant terminals but not a right option for transmission between wearable devices and other embedded systems.
Drawbacks in blue tooth & WAN in crowded places ,made to use INTRABODY COMMUNICATION ,in which the body is used as a transmission medium. The concept involves transmission of minute electric field through body.
In Human Area Networking Electro-optic sensor combining Electro-optic crystal with laser is used. Human society is entering an era of ubiquitous computing, where everything is networked. For the implementation of these ubiquitous services, human area network technology for communication between mobile terminals and between terminals that are embedded in the environment has become important. Technology for solving problems like routing cables, packet collisions and unwanted signal interruptions includes the use of the person's body as a signal path for communication. A transmission path is formed automatically when a person comes into contact with a device, and communication between mobile terminals begins.
The principle based on how human area networking works is by single-point-contact measurement capability of a photonic electric field sensor that combines electro-optical crystals with laser for development of a transceiver that employs a photonic electric field sensor in the receiver. This technique is called Electric Field Photonics.
Focusing on the naturalness, inevitability, and sense of security conveyed by touching in everyday life, in this paper, I have described how human area networking technology that enables communication just by touching, how to use the surface of the human body as a safe, high speed network transmission path. I have also discussed some of the application fields we use human area network and its advantages and unique features compared to the Bluetooth or other radio frequency technology devices like RFID.
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