Future wireless networks for the human body may use sonar

06/5/2013 | Time.com

The problematic propagation of radio waves through human tissue has held back development of electronics that can work with the body to treat disease or heart problems. Now, researchers at the University of Buffalo are seeking a workaround by developing tiny sonar technology that works well with the high fluid content of human tissue and could be used to create "body area networks."

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