Robots Communicate With One Another Through Encoded Air

Robots Communicate With One Another Through Encoded Air
technology

Researchers take cues from insect communication methods to provide alternative data transmission.

Stephen Fortune
  • 10 march 2011

Sending signals through the air may be among the oldest communication methods in human history. It’s practice is not the sole preserve of human species either, as African cave crickets communicate through pressurized rings of air similar to smoke rings. And amazingly this communication method may not be the sole preserve of biotic life for much longer.

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