Paper-04 | Reg. No.:20130904|DOI:V2I2P04
Data Transmission Body as a Medium SPARSH – Human Area Network
Italia Hiren R. – Electronics and Telecommunication Department, University of Pune
Human area network is a novel data transmission method that uses the human body as an electrical channel. The idea is driven by the vision of a cable-free secure data transmission system. The human body is characterized as a transmission medium for electrical currents by means of the dielectric properties. This paper describes a data transmission technology that enables communication by touching, a technology we call SPARSH. Because of the routing of cable problem the communication between terminals is clearly inconvenient. When transmission of data takes place over the radio channel, data speeds are reduced by packet collision and the security risk from unwanted signal interception is another problem. A technique for solving such problem includes the use of the person body as a signal path for data transmission. The transmission of the data takes place when the human body comes in contact with a device and communication between mobile terminals begins.