Human Arm Transmits Data At Broadband Speeds

Human Arm Transmits Data At Broadband Speeds

In a new research, Korean scientists used the human arm to transmit data at broadband speeds.

Naresh Kumar
  • 17 march 2010

A recent research project done at Korea University in Seoul used the human arm as a communications conduit to transmit data. The experiment, in which two electrodes were placed on a subject’s skin, was able to record a data transfer speed of 10 megabits per second.

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