Charging a mobile phone wirelessly has been considered more efficient than plugging it in. but it still needs the device to be contact physically with its station to work perfectly. It is now going to be changed due to the FCC (Federal Communication Commission) recently approved the first wireless charger. The new charger efficiently works from up to 3 feet away. On Tuesday, Energous (San Jose-based startup) has indicated that they have collected the first certification from FCC for its power-at-a-distance wireless charging with WattUp Mid Field transmitter. This transmitter has the ability to transforms electricity into radio frequencies. It beams the energy to its nearby devices connected with a concerning receiver.
It is fundamentally different from the intensified induction mechanism that the Pi wireless charging system depends upon. It offers a massive range as compared to the Mophie and Belkin chargers as they needs physical connectivity with the device. The WattUp has the ability to charge a number of devices concurrently. It has the potential to work with various types of devices, such as mobile phones, tablets, ear-buds and keyboards after mounting with the correct receiver. The WattUp ecosystem is skeptical to manufacturer, such as WiFi. It means that you will be able to charge your Samsung phone whether the transmitter is manufactured by other companies like Apple and Sony. Point to be noted the Energous doesn’t yet any device available, but the company has planned to present its new tech at CES 2018 as it scheduled to be started on 9th to 12th January 2018 in Las Vegas.