iPod Nano implant using skin for network transmission

xander | 08:15 AM
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Korean researchers have developed an implant that allows devices to transmit data and audio through the user's skin. Using a modified iPod Nano and headphones, they were able to transmit at a rate of 2 megabits per second using only 10 microwatts.

The image here is taken from Microsoft's patent application for using skin as a personal area network medium.

[ Link via Engadget ]

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