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Skin-based RFID Alternative
Aug 03, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
August 3, 2004—Germany's Skinplex has devised a way for small amounts of data to be transmitted via human skin. Like RFID, when the transponder (in this case, the human body) and receiver come within range, data is wirelessly passed from one to the other. The technology is completely safe, and, according to the company, up to 50% cheaper than RFID alternatives.
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