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NTT plans to use user bodies for NFC communication

It has only been two months since Signapur scientists announced the start of work on communication technologies that use the human body as a conductive medium. news A man is not a robot …), as Japan’s NTT has already presented the near-field telecommunication technology by placing charges on the surface of the human body during the NTT Science and Core Technology Laboratory Group’s open day on Friday.

NTT has long been known for its interest in near-field telecommunication technologies (that is, by injecting electric charges instead of transmitting electromagnetic waves into the so-called wave zone, for short – NFC, from Near Field Communications), and the first results of its activities have found application in cell phones. Now researchers say that they are able to find application for the human body (more precisely, the skin), and it is possible to achieve a bandwidth of up to 10 Mbps.

NTT cites the following examples as possible ways of using its technology: a PDA user, holding it in his hand, can stand on the sensor and download or send a file without making any unnecessary movements with the connectors. It is stated that the amplitude of voltage fluctuations does not exceed 100 mV – the value is small enough and should not pose any danger to human health. We must pay tribute to the wisdom of Japanese researchers – realizing that with prolonged exposure to such signals, side effects are possible, scientists are careful in their statements about the complete safety of the technology and are currently conducting thorough studies of all possible options.

Well, in a month, NTT will present details of its technology at the IEEE Laser and Electro-Optical Society 2021 conference, which will be held in Puerto Rico from November 7 to 11.

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