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A constant illumination optical transmission method for freespace biological networks

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Development of a biological internet requires the development of transmission and spatial information protocols. We present a free-space, constant illumination light-based signaling protocol and its optigenetic neuron receiver. The receiver functions as a simple processor which outputs signal information to its connected network. The transmission protocol maintains a constant energy and visually apparent constant illumination while encoding spike trains to be output from the neuron. The constant illumination makes the signal compatible with the built environment.

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