A NEW HUMAN AREA NETWORKING

PRESENTED BY:
CONTENTS
Introduction

History
What is RedTacton?
Mechanism of communication
How it works?
Functional features
Application...
So far we have seen LAN, MAN,WAN, INTERNET &
many more. Here is new concept of REDTACTON
which makes the human body as a c...
Contin…

 A transmission path is formed at the moment a part of
the human body comes in contact with a RedTacton
transcei...
HISTORY
 The concept of intra-body communication was first proposed by IBM in

1996.
 This communication mechanism was l...
Red : a warm color to emphasis warm and
friendly communications.

TACTON : TOUCH-ACT-ON
Action triggered by Touching

15 D...
Mechanism of Communication

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How it works
It works over the optical properties of an electrooptic crystal which can vary according to the
changes of a ...
How it works (Contd.)
Transmitting
transceiver creates a
slight change in the
electric field across the
body.

Electric fi...
Features of
RedTacton has three main
functional features…

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1.Touch

Touching, gripping, sitting, walking, stepping and
other human movements can be the triggers for
unlocking or loc...
2.Broadband & Interactive

Interactive communication is possible at a maximum speed of
10Mbps. Because the transmission pa...
3.Any-Media

In addition to the human body, various conductors and
dielectrics can be used as transmission media. Conducto...
Application
 Connect to the network just
by putting laptop on table hence
reduce electric wiring.

 Touch a printer to p...
Application (contd..)
 Instantaneous private network via
hand shaking.

 Touch advertising and receive
information.

15 ...
Advantages
 RedTacton does not require the electrode to be in

direct contact with the skin.

 Can transmit data at a ra...
Data loss during transfer is less
Use of minimum amount of power (of some milli volt range)
Security is more.
No probl...
Disadvantages
 It will be comparatively expensive.
 As it uses electric fields on the surface

of the body ,it may cause...
Conclusion:
 We conclude that, when we compare

RedTacton with other technology
present today it can give a better
perfor...
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Redtacton

  1. 1. A NEW HUMAN AREA NETWORKING PRESENTED BY:
  2. 2. CONTENTS Introduction History What is RedTacton? Mechanism of communication How it works? Functional features Applications Advantages Disadvantages Conclusion
  3. 3. So far we have seen LAN, MAN,WAN, INTERNET & many more. Here is new concept of REDTACTON which makes the human body as a communication network by name HAN (Human Area Network).  REDTACTON is a Human Area Networking technology, which is under development, that uses the surface of the human body as a safe, high speed network transmission path. It is completely distinct from wireless and infrared technologies. It uses the minute(little/small) electric field emitted on the surface of the human body. 15 December 2013 RAJENDRA DANGWAL, GEHU(BHIMTAL) 3
  4. 4. Contin…  A transmission path is formed at the moment a part of the human body comes in contact with a RedTacton transceiver. Communication is possible using any body surfaces, such as the hands, fingers, arms, feet, face, legs or toes. When the physical contact gets separated, the communication is ended.  It was developed by Japanese Technology NTT (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation) Lab. 15 December 2013 RAJENDRA DANGWAL, GEHU(BHIMTAL) 4
  5. 5. HISTORY  The concept of intra-body communication was first proposed by IBM in 1996.  This communication mechanism was later evaluated and reported by several research groups around the world. All those reported technologies had two limitations.  The operating range through the body was limited to a few tens of centimeters.  The top communication speed was only 40 bit/s!! • These limitations were overcome by NTT (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation) located in Tokyo, Japan by using photonic electric field sensors and finally in 2005 they came up with a human area networking technology called ‘REDTACTON’ 15 December 2013 RAJENDRA DANGWAL, GEHU(BHIMTAL) 5
  6. 6. Red : a warm color to emphasis warm and friendly communications. TACTON : TOUCH-ACT-ON Action triggered by Touching 15 December 2013 RAJENDRA DANGWAL, GEHU(BHIMTAL) 6
  7. 7. Mechanism of Communication 15 December 2013 RAJENDRA DANGWAL, GEHU(BHIMTAL) 7
  8. 8. How it works It works over the optical properties of an electrooptic crystal which can vary according to the changes of a weak electric field. 15 December 2013 RAJENDRA DANGWAL, GEHU(BHIMTAL) 8
  9. 9. How it works (Contd.) Transmitting transceiver creates a slight change in the electric field across the body. Electric field is received by electro optic sensor in receiver. Receiving transceiver recognizes the change in the electric field. 15 December 2013 Electro-optical crystal uses laser to convert and read the signal. Sensing technology measures the weak electric fields induced. RAJENDRA DANGWAL, GEHU(BHIMTAL) 9
  10. 10. Features of RedTacton has three main functional features… 15 December 2013 RAJENDRA DANGWAL, GEHU(BHIMTAL) 10
  11. 11. 1.Touch Touching, gripping, sitting, walking, stepping and other human movements can be the triggers for unlocking or locking, starting or stopping equipment, or obtaining data. 15 December 2013 RAJENDRA DANGWAL, GEHU(BHIMTAL) 11
  12. 12. 2.Broadband & Interactive Interactive communication is possible at a maximum speed of 10Mbps. Because the transmission path is on the surface of the body, transmission speed does not deteriorate in congested areas where many people are communicating at the same time. 15 December 2013 RAJENDRA DANGWAL, GEHU(BHIMTAL) 12
  13. 13. 3.Any-Media In addition to the human body, various conductors and dielectrics can be used as transmission media. Conductors and dielectrics may also be used in combination 15 December 2013 RAJENDRA DANGWAL, GEHU(BHIMTAL) 13
  14. 14. Application  Connect to the network just by putting laptop on table hence reduce electric wiring.  Touch a printer to print screen.  Identification & verification of user and locking system. 15 December 2013 RAJENDRA DANGWAL, GEHU(BHIMTAL) 14
  15. 15. Application (contd..)  Instantaneous private network via hand shaking.  Touch advertising and receive information. 15 December 2013 RAJENDRA DANGWAL, GEHU(BHIMTAL) 15
  16. 16. Advantages  RedTacton does not require the electrode to be in direct contact with the skin.  Can transmit data at a rate higher than that of peer technologies. (max. of 10Mbps)  RedTacton transceivers are programmable and we can decide what to share with whom and what devices you communicate with.  Each communication occurs in separate channels.  Transmission speed does not deteriorate even though the number of users increases. 15 December 2013 RAJENDRA DANGWAL, GEHU(BHIMTAL) 16
  17. 17. Data loss during transfer is less Use of minimum amount of power (of some milli volt range) Security is more. No problem of hackers . It is very hard to pick up stray electronic signals radiating from the body. More secure than Bluetooth. Superior than infrared technology & Wi-Fi. 15 December 2013 RAJENDRA DANGWAL, GEHU(BHIMTAL) 17
  18. 18. Disadvantages  It will be comparatively expensive.  As it uses electric fields on the surface of the body ,it may cause harm to the body. 15 December 2013 RAJENDRA DANGWAL, GEHU(BHIMTAL) 18
  19. 19. Conclusion:  We conclude that, when we compare RedTacton with other technology present today it can give a better performance over others and to connect the network with in short distances RedTacton is best.  In this technology there is no problem of hackers as our body is itself a media Human society is entering an era of 15 December 2013 RAJENDRA DANGWAL, GEHU(BHIMTAL) 19

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