Molecular Communication among Nanomachines Using Vesicles

  • Moritani Y
  • Hiyama S
  • Suda T
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Molecular communication is a new communication paradigm. It uses molecules as a communication medium and allows nanomachines to communicate over a short distance. This paper describes a design of a molecular communication system using vesicles. In the design, vesicles encapsulate molecules and act as a communication interface between senders and a propagation system and also between the propagation system and receivers. This vesicle-based interface enables use of diverse types of molecules in molecular communication since vesicles encapsulate molecules, and provide uniform interface to the propagation system. The authors of this paper are currently preparing for conducting biochemical experiments to investigate the feasibility of the molecular communication system design using vesicles.

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  • molecular communication
  • nanomachine

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  • PUI: 44853175
  • SGR: 33845225649
  • SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-33845225649
  • ISBN: 0976798573


  • Y Moritani

  • S Hiyama

  • T Suda

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