Wireless charging using Wi-Fi routers (Apple)

April 29, 2017, 5:04 am

   "Apple`s patent application for `Wireless Charging and Communications Systems With Dual-Frequency Patch Antennas` is a method for transferring power to electronic devices over frequencies normally dedicated to data communications,"
AppleTechnology company
Insider reported on Friday.
   US tech giant Apple(apple.com) is experimenting with
wirelessWireless is a term used to describe telecommunications in which electromagnetic waves
charging technologies that could see you charge your
iPhonecellular phone made by Apple
with a
Wi-FiWireless local area network
router.
Wireless charging using Wi-Fi routers (Apple)
   The patch antennas probably used for wireless power transfer at microwave frequencies or other frequencies and may be used to support millimeter wave communications.The patch antennas may be used to form a beam steering array.The wireless circuitry may include adjustable circuitry to steer wireless signals associated with the antenna array.
Alternate Title: Apple Patent Tips Plans for iPhone Wireless Charging via Wi-Fi Router

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   "Apple`s patent application merely covers the theory behind wireless power transmission using existing communications link frequencies, and does not divulge specific operating details beyond the implementation of specialized beam forming patch antennas," the report noted.
     
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