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Human Area Networking

So far we have seen LAN, MAN, WAN, INTERNET & many more but here is new concept of “RED TACTON” which makes the human body as a communication network by name….HAN (Human Area Network).

NTT lab from Japan is currently testing & developing this revolutionary technology. Red Tacton is a new Human Area networking technology that uses the surface of the human body as a safe, high-speed network transmission path. Red Tacton uses the minute electric field generated by human body as medium for transmitting the data. The chips that will be embedded in various devices contain transmitter and receiver built to send and accept data in digital format.

In this paper we will discuss about red tacton, and its working states, and applications of red tacton in various fields. And we will compare our red tacton with the other technology for data transmission.

Introduction:

We may have imagined the feature as a place crawling with antennas and emitters, due to the huge growth of wireless communications. And it is seems that the current means of transferring data might already have a very serious competitor none other than the human body.

Thus NTT labs from Japan has announced that is currently testing a revolutionary technology called “RED TACTON”, which use the electric fields generated by the human body as medium for transmitting the data. The chips, which will embed in various devices, contain a transmitter and receiver built to send and accept data in digital format. The chips can take any type of file such as mp3 music file or mail and convert it in to the format that takes the form of digitals pulse that can be passed and read through a human being electric field. The chip in receiver devices reads these tiny changes and convert the file back into its original form.

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