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originally posted by: Crunky
clone will take your place temporarily taking on your mannerisms, voice and actions. In this alternate dimension your family members, friends and neighbors will all be counterfeit demons putting on an act as those people.
Signal Transmission in a Human Body Medium-Based Body Sensor Network Using a Mach-Zehnder Electro-Optical Sensor
The signal transmission technology based on the human body medium offers significant advantages in Body Sensor Networks (BSNs) used for healthcare and the other related fields. In previous works we have proposed a novel signal transmission method based on the human body medium using a Mach-Zehnder electro-optical (EO) sensor. In this paper, we present a signal transmission system based on the proposed method, which consists of a transmitter, a Mach-Zehnder EO sensor and a corresponding receiving circuit. Meanwhile, in order to verify the frequency response properties and determine the suitable parameters of the developed system, in-vivo measurements have been implemented under conditions of different carrier frequencies, baseband frequencies and signal transmission paths. Results indicate that the proposed system will help to achieve reliable and high speed signal transmission of BSN based on the human body medium.
Human arm transmits broadband
First we sent data through wires, then the air, now the human body is becoming a communications conduit.
Researchers at Korea University in Seoul have transmitted data at a rate of 10 megabits per second through a person’s arm, between two electrodes placed on their skin 30 centimetres apart.
The thin, flexible electrodes use significantly less energy than a wireless link like Bluetooth. That’s because low-frequency electromagnetic waves pass through skin with little attenuation, a route that also shelters them from outside interference.
Forget Bluetooth! Transmitting magnetic fields through the human body can connect smart devices... and saves battery power
Turning the human body into a giant magnet could help electronic devices communicate with each other without burning through the battery power.
Researchers have shown it is possible to transmit information through the human body using magnetic fields, which could allow smart watches, activity monitors and phones to communicate.
They say the technology, called magnetic field human body communication, uses just a fraction of the energy needed to send data over Bluetooth links and could also be more secure as it does not broadcast the information outside the human body.
originally posted by: Crunky
So how do you become the RFID chip, easy when toxins and parasites accumulate in the body you'll eventually clog up your pores and colon leaving no where for these toxins to be released from your body. From there you become a walking vessel for demonic spirits to enter and posses you at will.