Red Tacton Human Area Network-Review

RAJALAKSHMI MENON , Adi shankara Institute Of Engneering And Tech ; Rajalakshmy s Rajalakshmy S ,Adi shankara Institute Of Engneering And Tech 
Red Tacton, Network, NTT
There 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 the major requirement and advantage for people. Red Tacton uses the minute electric field generated by human body as medium for transmitting the data. The chips which will be embedded in various devices contain transmitter and receiver built to send and accept data in digital format. In this paper we consider about red tacton, its working principle, different applications and future development of redtacton.
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Paper ID: GRDCF004002
Published in: Conference : National Conference on Emerging Research Trend in Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Page(s): 8 - 13
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