Human body-surface transmission

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Using an electro-optic sensor, NTT has developed a small PCMCIA card-sized prototype, RedTacton transceiver (Figure 1) where a sensor that bounces a laser beam off an electro-optic crystal measures the reflected beam.

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News UpdateR&D: CommunicationsTokyo-based Nippon Telegraph & TelephoneCorp is researching and developing an HumanArea Networking technology called RedTacton.This uses weak electric fields on the surface ofthe body as the transmission medium path,with speeds of up to 10Mb/s between any two

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