New Chip Uses Magnetic Waves to Communicate

By eweek  |  Posted 2003-11-23 Email Print this article Print

Chips to use magnetic induction for short-range wireless

Aura Communication has developed a new short-range wireless communication system that uses magnetic induction.

Auras chips can take electronic digital signals and encode them into magnetic waves. The varying magnetic waves are then transmitted over the air to be picked up a matching receiver chip, which decodes the waves back into electronic signals. The technology has a range of 10 feet.

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