Posts Tagged ‘Communications’

USB MultiComms part one – USB Board

Tuesday, October 27th, 2015

Brian Dorey has been working on a USB communications box project: Several of the projects we have been working on recently needed some form of serial communication with our PC, either through RS232, UART, I2C or SPI and at the moment we use a handful of different USB to serial adapters designed...

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System and method for intrabody communications

Friday, December 3rd, 2010

Here's a thought provoking patent abstract, a "System and Method for Intra-body Communication," US patent application number 20100305437 Among other concepts it refers to using the unique audio frequencies produced by teeth clicks as a means of communicating through the musculoskeletal system with a wireless wristwatch device!

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