Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers
Molecular Communication (MC) between a transmitter and a receiver placed in the chambers attached to a microfluidic channel is investigated. A linear end-to-end channel model is developed capturing the effects of the diffusion and the junction transition at the chambers, as well as the microfluidic channel shapes and the fluid flow. The spectral density of the propagation noise is studied, and the flat frequency bands are identified for the chambers and the microfluidic channel. This suggests that in certain microfluidic design choices, the spectral density of noise may end up naturally being flat.