American scientists from the Mobile Intelligence Laboratory at the University of Washington, under the leadership of a graduate student, Tuochao Chen, developed a new messenger to work underwater.
As we know, the water is blocking the radio waves, so mobile phones are losing the signal at a depth of several metres. So scientists have decided to replace the radio waves with sound waves that do not have any depths. The new AquaApp application that uses this mode of communication allows communication under water without any additional equipment.
During the underwater testing, the developer was able to provide reliable data exchange over 100 metres. AquaApp can try anyone who wants it; its source code is already available on GitHub. Meanwhile, AliExpress as a low-cost SSD for 30 TB sells tricky boxes with only 1 GB capacity, and a global version of the Redmi Note 11 SE budget smartphone was presented.