As Feynman presciently stated about the atomic scale, “there is plenty of room at the bottom” and communication is needed down there. There is a growing body of contributions from diverse fields that both leverages nanoscale properties and overcomes the communication barriers of the nanoscale environment. These include molecular motors, random carbon nanotube networks, calcium signaling, and quantum networking, to name but a few. The recent book, Nanoscale Communication Networks by Stephen F. Bush, focuses upon ad-hoc communication networking at the nanoscale using all of these techniques and more.
Read more about Steve's book on the GE Global Research Blog.
Links to the book: Google Books | Artech House | Amazon
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