This paper shows the possibility of two-dimensional
communication between electronic devices by using only one
conductive surface. An analysis of the expected magnitude of the
signal at the reception point as a function of distance and
electrical parameters of the conductive surface is presented.
Measurements on surfaces from 0.4 to 2.56 m2 and with sheet
resistances from 77 to 1462 ohm/square prove the correctness of
this analysis. In addition, practical rules to locate and orient the
transceivers are given. Prototype transceivers connected to a
plane with one conductive surface able to communicate at
100Kbit/s at a distance of 2m are described.
CitationRius, J. Two-Dimensional Communication of Networked Devices Through a Single Conductive Surface. A: International Conference on Networked Sensing Systems. "INSS'10". Kassel: 2010, p. 115-122.
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