Boffins use nuclear radiation to send data wirelessly

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I've been checking on this article for some time when noticing that the speed of transmission is around a few bit per minute and the distance is ~ half meter.
That's around the capabilities of a toilet flush sensor.
But the flush sensor still wins.

I feel being robbed off by ten precious minutes :doh:

Ps.: by the way, how is this different from smoke signals? Just askingo:)
 
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