The sound charging device consists of a “sound collecting device, a plurality of energy conversion devices and a power conversion device”. This should mean that the system captures and converts environmental vibrations, turning them into usable energy that can be fed to the smartphone’s battery. In addition, Xiaomi’s patent discloses that the electronic device will convert mechanical vibrations into alternating current (AC), which will be converted to direct current (DC) using the conversion device.
This company, Xiaomi, needs to be closely monitored closely. The ideas he develops have the potential to change the entire world of electronics. Here, Xiaomi has now registered a patent for the technology of charging smartphones via… sound. Xiaomi has filed a patent application with CNIPA (China National Intellectual Property Administration), which reveals some key details about the upcoming sound charging solution, MySmartPrice reported. The technology, according to the description of the patent, includes a sound charging device, an energy storage device and an electronic device. The patent suggests that this technology can be used to charge smartphones and other electronic devices without the need for contact and access to the power grid. With a little imagination we can imagine what this means: our smartphones will be able to charge from our talking, from the buzzing of the car engine while traveling, and more.
Although the company has applied for the patent, this does not necessarily mean that the technology will appear in commercial form in the near future. We will have to wait and see if Xiaomi will demonstrate its sound charging technology in the coming months. What protection measures to take – learn from “Attack and Defend – the Endpoint Threat”
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