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Wireless charging of smartphones anywhere within a 30 foot radius, without-pad ! Answered

Just read there is a 10W transmitter IC that has been developed to power a receiver IC collecting 6W of that energy...
Both are ASIC chips that can operate and power power mobile devices up to 30 feet apart.
Even though the RF energy is deemed safe.
I would plan on using a Faraday helmet and maybe lead under wear when next I visit a coffey house.

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thematthatter

3 years ago

do yall know the frequency that this operates on?

But on serious note, all the small cellphone towers placed on buildings puts out a lot of RF. More than your microwave. And building owners dont take the necessary percautions to protect the people who occupy the leased space.

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Downunder35m

3 years ago

Just did some reading and if they did not change the frequencies too much it means they operate like the QI chargers in the 200kHz range.
Even the Dartfort tunnel uses less energy to transmit the radio signals.
Back in the day I had CB radio in the 27mHz range.
For a while, after a storm killed my big outside antenna I used a small one that I had on the car.
Was only for about 2 weeks until the replacement was ready outside but in that time all plants in the room with the antenna died.
In the room seperated by a brick wall next to the antenna the leaves went brown but the plants survived.
Considering that was only 4W transmit power I really stick to the wall charger for my phones and tablets....

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icengDownunder35m

Reply 3 years ago

Qssia inc is the developer and plans to start sampling in the second quarter next year. They call it multipath RF technology.

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Downunder35m

3 years ago

Don't forget to take your dinner too - you might no longer need a microwave!