High bandwidth Data/Power Transfer Using Sound Waves


Researchers from the University of Illinois have developed a technology that enables ultra high bandwidth data communication as well as power transfer over short distances using acoustic signal.The technology works when items are not touching, it works without pins that could bend or break, it works when moving around and only "near' connected. This technology can be used in any media which allows acoustic waves such as underwater in deep ocean, human-tissue, etc. to achieve data rates in excess of 300Mbps.