Sony files a phone-to-phone charging patent


The Japanese organization Sony has recorded a patent dedicated, ‘Configuration of Data and Power Transfer in Near Field Communications’ which demonstrates a system of gadgets which can exchange power among each other utilizing NFC innovation.

This suggests his innovation could help eliminating the need of carrying powerbanks. You can likewise charge your device with a laptop as well, provided both of them have been fixed with the said wireless technology. Any gadget with a NFC chip may have the capacity to search for different gadgets with the similar comparable innovation thus connect with them to charge the gadget or transfer of data.

This implies you can apply the innovation to things like fridges, microwaves, TVs, computers etc.
The patent focuses on searching nearby antennas that could help power your devices, the same way a device finds available Wi-Fi hotspots. The patent documents read “The distances over which the wireless communication can be achieved is typically consistent with distances used for wireless electrical power transfer through the power transfer antenna.”

Many companies have tried to ease the pain of charging electronic devices. For example, Apple is reportedly working with Energous, a wireless charging company, building technology that can charge wirelessly from a distance.

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Madhurima Goyal, From ITvoir News Desk