Sep 13 2010, 10:42am CDT | by Shane McGlaun
Over the last year or so there have been a lot of new wirelesses charging devices that have landed on the market. These devices allow you to charge smartphones without having to plug a wire in using various technologies like magnetic induction.
Fujitsu has announced that it is working on a new wireless charging technology that will allow the user to charge multiple devices at the same time. The technology uses magnetic resonance charging. Fujitsu's tech uses a system that can analyze the coil model and a circuit simulator that analyses the resonance conditions.
That lets the charger determine the power needed to best charge the device. The device can then tailor the charging specific for the device. Fujitsu says its wireless charger can transmit power anywhere within the transmitters range with 85% efficiency.
Source: The Edge Singapore
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