Researchers Develop Battery-Free Wireless System to Power Mobile Devices

August 19, 2013 by  
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Anyone with a mobile device has likely experienced the frustration of having to be reliant on a battery . The charge never lasts long enough, and finding a source of electricity on the run is a hassle. Researchers at the University of Washington have come up with a solution to modern tech troubles with their new communication technique called “ ambient backscatter .” The process uses TV and cellular transmissions to connect wireless gadgets so that they communicate with one another, reflect existing signals, and share information. Read the rest of Researchers Develop Battery-Free Wireless System to Power Mobile Devices Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: ambient backscatter , battery-free , computing machinery’s special interest group on data comminications 2012 , Hong Kong , joshua smith , mobile devices , Seattle , tv tower , university of washington , wireless network        

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