Presentation on theme: "Impact of Nanotechnology on Wireless Communication Naveen P Rudra Summer 2005, CS898T, Wichita State University."— Presentation transcript:
Impact of Nanotechnology on Wireless Communication Naveen P Rudra Summer 2005, CS898T, Wichita State University
Topics Covered (1) Introduction Series in Technology Developments Wireless Revolution Introduction of Nanotechnology What is Nanotechnology Intervention of Nanotechnology Ethical Issues in Nanotechnology
Topics Covered (2) Nanotechnology and Wireless Computing Strategies Effects of Nanotechnology over Wireless Communication Molecular Nanotechnology Research in Wireless Devices using Nanotechnology Future prediction of Wireless Technology using Nano-devices Glossary and References
Introduction Deals with the Nanotechnology as a basis for the next generation of the mobile devices Projects the various ethical issues in Nanotechnology. Predicts the future communication channels and strategies for using the Nanotechnology over Wireless Devices.
Series in Wireless Technology Developments Mobile wireless devices support: –Wide range of applications spanning voice and data communication –Remote monitoring, and position finding. Examples of current mobile wireless: –Cell phones, Pagers –Personal digital assistants (PDAs) –Global positioning systems (GPS) –Portable - even wearable - computers.
Intervention of Nanotechnology Trend towards Miniaturization Trend towards Digitization Trend to cell-level biological control Trend to Pervasive Computing
What is Nanotechnology? Nanotechnology is a branch of science and engineering devoted to the design and production of extremely small electronic devices and circuits built from individual atoms and molecules. Nanotechnology comprises any technological developments on the nanometer scale, usually 0.1-100nm.
Ethical Issues in Nanotechnology Advantages –Reduced energy use –Better medical treatment –Lower costs for computing Disadvantages –Environmental risks –Privacy risks –Social and political risks Other Issues –When and how to regulate or not regulate the technological development? –How to address inevitable ethical challenges?
Effects of Nanotechnology over Wireless Communication (1) The various effects of Nanotechnology over the Wireless Communication devices are classified by: –Wireless Technologies Advancements –Demand for Wireless Communication –Necessity for low-cost high-efficient system –Wireless Connectivity –Nanotechnology effect on Multimedia Market
Molecular Nanotechnology Molecular nanotechnology ("MNT") is an anticipated manufacturing technology that would allow precise control and positional assembly of molecule-sized building blocks through the use of Nano-scale manipulator arms. Nanotechnology was first introduced in 1959, in a talk by the Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman, entitled "There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom".
Future Predictions of Nanotechnology Earrings that become your cell phone by allowing listening amplification and location- focused microphones to interface with voice- activated technology. Chips in your jacket, shirt, blouse, or pants that can be downloaded with your ID, allowing fast access to secure items. Holographic lenses in eyeglasses that work like bifocals. While one hemisphere of the lens is unaffected, the other is connected to networks of information, providing the ultimate in virtual reality for users.