What is the Internet Of Things at Nanoscale? 
    #IoT #NanoTechnology  @evankirstel
  • Georgia Tech proposes the study of the terahertz band for nano-electromagnetic communication and provides a network architecture for nano devices.
  • In a whitepaper from IEEE Wireless Communications, Ian Akyildiz and Josep Jornet from the Georgia Institute of Technology explained that nano-nodes have limited memory, and can only transmit over very short distances, mainly because of their reduced energy and limited communication capabilities.
  • Nanoantennas are a new emerging technology that could help power wearables, smarten up buildings or keep lights on.
  • By Phillip Tracy on September 12, 2016 Big Data Analytics , Devices , Featured , Fundamentals , Internet of Things (IoT)
  • The smallest and simplest nanomachines, they are able to perform simple computation, have limited memory and can only transmit over very short distances, mainly because of their reduced energy and limited communication capabilities.

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