– In Lenovo Innovation and Technology Conference, Motorola demonstrated the latest air charging technology.
– Motorola’s new generation air-to-air charging equipment has a built-in phased array composed of 1600 antennas, an independent charging management chip and Motorola’s air-to-air charging algorithm.
– It supports the effect of charging four devices at the same time within a range of 3 meters and 100° from a single device, and can charge mobile phones through obstacles such as paper and leather.
Earlier this year, Motorola demonstrated air-to-air charging technology for the first time and that air-to-air charged more than two phones that were in range at the time. That Motorola air-to-air charging range was 80cm to 100 cm straight range within which to charge. The charging output capability wasn’t announced at that time. Now again, Motorola has showcased the air-to-air charging technology adding some more interesting technology and specifications. Lenovo holds the Lenovo Innovation and Technology Conference where Motorola demonstrated the air charging technology.
Motorola’s new-gen air-to-air charging equipment has a phased array composed of 1600 antennas and it’s also equipped with an independent charging management chip and Motorola’s air-to-air charging algorithm. It has significantly improved integration, heat dissipation, semiconductor materials, and conversion rates. Users bring a more stable and focused charging experience. Motorola’s new generation of air-to-air charging technology does not require a charging cable and doesn’t need to consider the location of the power source. Whether the mobile phone is held in the hand, in the pocket or blocked, the battery is charged fully.
Motorola air-to-air charger can charge four devices at the same time within a range of 3 meters and 100° from a single air charging device and can charge mobile phones through obstacles such as paper and leather. At the same time taking user safety issues, the built-in biological monitoring technology of the air-to-air charging device will avoid and stop blocking part of the charging beam after recognizing the human body. Motorola said it’ll work with upstream and downstream partners in the industry chain to jointly promote the commercialization of air charging.