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Do frog croaks hold the key to creating the perfect IoT network?


Jan 24, 2019 9:42 AM 4+ week ago

Studying how tree frogs regulate their communications, so each amphibian in the colony can hear everything, could provide ideal data traffic routings, scientists say.Read more.

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