Wireless Communication Through Microtubule Analogue Device: Noise-Driven Machines in the Bio-Systems

They build up artificial microtubules like devices having analogous characteristics to demonstrate that wireless magnetic communication (not electromagnetic) between neighboring microtubules is feasible, moreover those microtubules harvest energy from the noise present in the environment to achieve communication.

They demonstrate that the device (that is electronically useless, without the ability to transmit electron) converts noise of a particular type into an ordered signal, a magnetic signal that includes information of phase, and then the signal rebuilds in the sender.

Anyways they do not try to emulate the special role of water in microtubules, the water crystal located at the core of the microtubular structure that is the channel by which microtubules acquire their remarkable electronic features, so more investigations are in progress.

Last modified on 05-Jul-20

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