Nanocommunication System with a Laser Activated Molecular Film
Molecular communication systems became a promising paradigm of modern nanonetworks. Quantum carrier transfer creates communication channels between parts of a molecule and/or connects a few domains inside a molecular metamaterial network. This manuscript presents our studies of such channels activated by means of modulated laser beam irradiation resulting in molecular fluorescence, probably at a shifted frequency. The acquisition system for the electromagnetic field generated by a molecule based on the novel dynamic pin-photo diode is characterized by a high sensitivity and a low noise level due to the signal amplitude-time function integration.
KeywordsMolecular communication Dynamic pin-photodiode Registration of fluorescence Nanonetworks Nanocommunication Nano electromagnetic field
The authors are grateful to ActLight SA (Lausanne, Switzerland, ) for their donation of a pin photodiode for the research.
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