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Siomi designs a wireless charger that can operate from a distance of several meters

Siomi designs a wireless charger that can operate from a distance of several meters

Charger that can recharge a smartphone from a distance of several meters – Kigo

Chinese manufacturer Siomi Has released new wireless charging technology. Air charging allows you to recharge the smartphone’s battery without a single charge
Cradle charging, Similar to current wireless chargers. Keeping the phone close to the charging “terminal” is enough to recharge.

According to Xiaomi, this new wireless charging technology is based on spatial fitting and power transfer. The charger has five antennas that allow you to accurately locate the location of a Skills, Which is compatible. Once the phone is set up, the charging unit sends very high frequency millimeter waves from a distance to recharge its battery thanks to its 144 integrated antennas.

Xiaomi was able to integrate a network of miniaturized antennas into the smartphone, which was compatible with air charging. These “beacon” antennas allow the charging platform to detect and transmit information about its status.

Promising but still very opaque

According to the manufacturer, the air charging technology is capable of recharging with a power of 5W over a radius of several meters – without further details. The terminal can charge multiple smartphones simultaneously. In addition, physical barriers will not be an issue for the signal.

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The charging technology developed by Xiaomi is interesting and really embraces the concept of wireless charging. So, your smartphone can be used continuously when charged without being placed in a basement or connected to a wire.

If the concept is already known to be successful, a lot of shadow parts follow. How does the recharging process start? Is recharging done permanently? Millimeter waves do not interfere with WiFi or 5G ? When will this technology be available to the general public? The Chinese manufacturer does not really point to anything in this regard, so it is important to be patient. It is not uncommon for manufacturers to demonstrate their knowledge without creating their prototypes for the general public.

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