• The transceiver is called as “THE RED TACTON”.• Key features of SENSOR: measure electric field from device without contacting it. ultra wide band is possible. one point contact measurement ,independent of
APPLICATIONS Medical applications ( eg.selection of bottles). In touch advertising and receive information. Instant private data exchange. Conference system. In wearable systems (portable music player). Security applications.
ADVANTAGES Secure than other broadcasting systems. In busy areas, there may be hundred’s of blue tooth devices running,this makes transmission a bit tougher . As body act as aerials data is passed with ease and security.
The transceiver can be treated a standard network device. So software running through ethernet or LAN based network can run unmodified. 10BASE communication.
Human Area Networks –Target Position Average power consumption, sustained data rate1 Gbit/s Wireless USB100 Mbit/s10 Mbit/s o rk1 Mbit/s tw Ne Bluetooth ea n Ar100 kbit/s a m Hu ZigBee10 kbit/s1 kbit/s 2 mW 5 mW 10 mW 20 mW 50 mW 100 mW 200 mW 500 mW 1000 mW
FEATURES Works in compliance with IEEE 802.3 protocol. Independent path, so data transmission is duplex. Various service can be triggered with human network. Both conductor & dielectric is used as medium.
CONCLUSION The prototypes are easy to use but they are still under study. The technology like Redtacton is under development. If redtacton is introduced into cyber market it will bring a tremendous change and will be adopted by many more people.
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