[AI] Now, recharge your mobile phone via wireless
surya.ganta at gmail.com
Fri Sep 17 15:24:13 EDT 2010
nice info. please keep it up.
On 9/17/10, Vikas Kapoor <dl.vikas at gmail.com> wrote:
> Now, recharge your mobile phone via wireless
> September 16, 2010 18:11 IST
> The tangled chargers could soon be a thing of past, as Japanese scientists
> have developed a system that would allow you recharge your mobile phones and
> laptops wirelessly.
> Developed by Japanese technology firm Fujitsu [ Get Quote ], the system is
> capable of simultaneously charging multiple portable electronic devices such
> as mobile phones, digital cameras and laptop computers without the need for
> cable connections.
> According to the company, electric cars users may also eventually be able
> to charge their vehicles wirelessly using the same system that will be
> available by 2012.
> Fujitsu has recently unveiled a prototype system at an Institute of
> Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers conference at Osaka
> Prefecture University.
> "This technology paves the way to integrating compact wireless charging
> functions into mobile phones and enabling multiple portable devices to be
> charged simultaneously without any restrictions on their position with
> respect to the charger," the company said in a statement.
> Claiming to be the world's first of its kind, the technology works on the
> basis of the transmission of electricity using magnetic fields between the
> charger and the electronic device.
> The system enables wireless charging at distances of up to several metres,
> with the ultimate aim of installing public "charging spots" on the streets
> in order to enable easy charging around the clock, the Telegraph reported.
> Scientists at Fujitsu Laboratories are planning to commercially sell
> products incorporating the new wireless charging system as early as 2012 but
> did not disclose how much they would cost.
> The company hopes that the soaring popularity of portable electronic devices
> ranging from iPads to e-readers is expected to fuel a boom in wireless
> recharging technology developments over the coming decade.
> Mobile phone users in Japan [ Images ] can currently top up their batteries
> using disposable portable plug-in battery-operated devices available at most
> train stations and convenience stores although phone companies warn
> prolonged use can damage the phones.
> The new system by Fujitsu, however, is significantly more sophisticated and
> represents the next generation of portable recharging systems using highly
> tuned wireless technology.
> The company added: "We are also looking at applying the results of this work
> to fields other than portable electronics, including power transmission
> between circuit boards or computer chips, and providing mobile charging
> systems for electric cars."
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