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  1. 1. HUMAN AREA NETWORKING
  2. 2.  Human Area Networking (HAN) is a technology that safely turns the surface of the human body into a data transmission path at speeds up to 10 Mbps between any two points on the body.
  3. 3. HAN Technology ,Transmitting data usingelectric field on the surfaceof the body
  4. 4.  Transmitter induces a weak electric field on surface of the body. Receiver senses changes in the weak electric field on the surface of the body caused by the transmitter. Optical properties of Electro-optic crystal vary according to the changes of a weak electric field. Changes in the optical properties of an electro-optic crystal is measured using a laser and converts the result to an electrical signal in a optical receiver circuit
  5. 5.  TOUCH BROADBAND & INTERACTIVE ANY MEDIA
  6. 6. Communication starts when terminals carried by the user orembedded in devices are linked in various combinations throughPHYSICAL CONTACT according to the human’s naturalmovements.
  7. 7. Duplex, interactive communication is possible at a maximumspeed of 10Mbps
  8. 8. Human body, various conductors and dielectricscan be used as transmission media.
  9. 9.  ONE – ONE SERVICES: Alarm Medicines Attributes. Display Advertising Panel
  10. 10.  TOUCH PRINTER TO PRINT INSTANT PRIVATE DATA EXCHANGE
  11. 11.  Just touching a phone makes it your own Just sitting in the seat triggers the car to load all its presets ,just the way you like Personalization of Automobile Wireless Headset Conference
  12. 12.  User verification and unlocking with just a touch Automatic access log
  13. 13.  Under Water Communication Communication Inside Body
  14. 14. COMPARISON WITH OTHER TECHNOLOGIES WIRELESS LAN, INFRARED WITH REDTACTON
  15. 15. EVALUATION WIRELESS LAN INFRARED RED TACTONCRITERIA Transfer_Speed EXCELLENT POOR EXCELLENT (Can DVD-quality images be sent?) Performance POOR EXCELLENT EXCELLENTdeteriorationduring periods ofcongestion(Simultaneous useby many people insmall spaces) Duplex data EXCELLENT EXCELLENT EXCELLENTtransfer(Interactiveprocessing)
  16. 16.  SECURITY DEVICES (DEVELOPMENT COMPLETED): Portable Card Size Transmitter Embedded ReceiverTransmission rate: 230Kbps External Device Protocol: Proprietary protocol Interface: Transmission method: Unidirectional 10/100BASE-T RS232C
  17. 17.  Data Transmission Devices : (In Development) TRANSCIEVER RECEIVER USB-TRANSCIEVER
  18. 18.  The evolution of RedTacton, technology is a big achievement, which will likely be targeted for use in applications such as wireless headset, medical application , security applications, wireless transmission by applyingdifferent actions. No Problem of Hackers User convenience is vastly enhanced Speed Enhance,ment for short distance Communication, of about 10Mbps Electric-field communication is secure because it does not emit signals over a wide area, unlike wireless communication.
  19. 19.  For long term plans the size of the transceiver should be reduced. NTT is committed to quickly identifying and opening up those application areas with the most commercial promise for RedTacton , a business development process to be coordinated under NTT’s Comprehensive Product Function program RedTacton looks remarkably like a big pot of kryptonite is said to allow over 200kbps of data through th10 human hands or feet. Telecom giant Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp (NTT) is planning a commercial launch of a system to enter rooms that frees users from the trouble of rummaging in their pockets or handbags for ID cards or keys.
  20. 20. [1] wikipedia.(February2009).RedTacton[Online].Available:http://en.wiki pedia.org/wiki/RedTacton[2] NTT (February 2005) "RedTacton: An innovative Human Area Networkingtechnology"[ Online].Available:http://www.ntt.co.jp/news/news05e/0502/050218.html[3] discuss.itacumens(June 2003). "Basic Overview of Human Area NetworkingTechnology".[Online]Available:http://discuss.itacumens.com/index.php?topic=12720[4] A.; "REDTACTON”, Electronics& Communication Department, IEEEReport.[Online].Available:http://www.scribd.com/doc/5007416/Redtacton-IEEE-Report[5] technical papers.50webs."RED TACTON".[Online] Available:http://technicalpapers.50webs.com/pdf/redtaction.pdf[6] scribd(2010)."HumanAreaNetworks RedTacton".[Online].Available:http://www.scribd.com/doc/55240946/RED-TACTONREPORT
  21. 21. QUERIES..??
  22. 22. Lets use this meeting room to demonstrate how authentication is implemented.With conventional ID card authentication systems, ID cards must be waved over a touch plate each time you want to access a room.With this electric-field communication touch plate, however, communication andauthentication can be intuitively implemented in the natural flow of office activity. This card you see here is a transmitter on which my information has been registered.To use the system, all I have to do is put the transmitter in my pocket or bag. Now lets see what happens when I touch the plate.When I make contact, the lamp at the top of the touch plate changes color and authentication is instantaneously implemented. Information is transmitted via the electric field generated on the surface of my body, so authentication is possible even if the transmitter is in a bag, as Ive done here.However, if the transmitter is not contacting the body, such as when I put the bag down, authentication is not executed. Electric-field communication is secure because it does not emit signals over a wide area, unlike wireless communication. Of course, it also can be used for control similar to conventional security systems.If a user is holding a transmitter that does not have access authority, that user cannot gainto the roommatter how many times they touch the plate. The system can be tailored to meet a companys special needs, such as a grip-type system built into a doorknob or a step-type system embedded in a floor.

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