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In the nanonetworking literature, many solutions have been suggested to enable the nanomachine-to-nanomachine communication. Among these solutions, we focus on what constitutes the basis for molecular communication paradigms –molecular communication via diffusion (MCvD). In this paper, we start with an analytical modeling of a spherical absorbing receiver(More)
—Within the domain of molecular communications, researchers mimic the techniques in nature to come up with alternative communication methods for collaborating nanoma-chines. This work investigates the channel transfer function for molecular communication via diffusion. In nature, information-carrying molecules are generally absorbed by the target node via(More)
—In this paper we investigate the channel capacity of the calcium signalling system based on an inter-cellular calcium wave model for astrocytes in the literature. Calcium signalling is a good candidate for molecular communication due to its long communication range, possible usage of existing cellular infrastructure, and its minimally invasive nature.(More)
Communication via Diffusion (CvD) is a promising method to perform communication in nanonetworks, which uses messenger molecules (MMs) to exchange information between transmitter and receiver nano-machines. One of the major issues in CvD is the dispersion of the MMs in the environment due to Brownian Motion. Consequently, the histogram of the number of(More)
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