Radiofrequency communication

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Mitbhavsar
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Radiofrequency communication

Postby Mitbhavsar » Wed Oct 24, 2018 9:02 am

Hello,
I am a Biologist currently working on a Biocommunication related project.
To explain the project, I am going to use a Piezo sensor attached to the bone and it can detect bone cracks using EMI. I would first energize Piezo sensor with certain frquencies and it generates Ultrasonic waves that can detect crack. However after detection, I want to transmit the data over the muscle and skin using Radio-frequency technology.
I am thinking to attach one RF transmitter to the sensor at the bone and keep the receiver at the skin.

As a newbie, I have no idea which kind of transmitter and receiver I should buy and use.

Would be great if anyone can help.



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