Scientists have come up with a new invention and unprecedented technology that will eliminate the battery depletion crisis that constantly suffers from mobile phone users around the world, and mobile phone manufacturers have been busy for years in the search for radical solutions to it.
According to the report published by the British newspaper “Daily Mail”, scientists in Japan were able to register an invention thanks to which mobile phone charging Or a laptop by air and without the need for a traditional electricity source.
Scientists have developed a wireless charging chamber that can deliver power over the air to any laptop, tablet or phone, without the need for sockets or cables.
According to the report, this new technology involves generating magnetic fields over longer distances, without producing electric fields that would be harmful to any person or animal inside the room, according to a team from the University of Tokyo.
The study authors explained that the system can provide up to 50 watts of power without exceeding current guidelines for human exposure to magnetic fields.
This system can be used to charge any device with a wired coil installed inside, similar to the system used with currently used wireless charging pads, but without the pad.
In addition to removing bundles of charging cables from offices, the team says it could allow more devices to be fully automated without the need for outlets, sockets or cables.
The team said the current system includes a shaft in the center of the room to allow magnetic fields to reach every corner.
Other uses include a smaller version to run tools inside a box, or a larger version that could allow an entire plant to operate without cables.
“This really increases the power of the ubiquitous computing world,” said study co-author Alanson Sample, of the University of Michigan. “You can put a computer in just about anything without having to worry about charging or plugging in.”
According to Sample, this technology can also be widely used in the medical field, as heart implants currently require a wire from the pump to pass through the body and into the cavity, and he said: “This can eliminate that,” adding that it will reduce the risk of infection from By removing the wire completely, the risk of infection is reduced and patients’ quality of life is improved.
The researchers also said the system is a significant improvement over previous attempts at wireless charging, which used harmful microwave radiation or required devices to be placed on dedicated charging pads.
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