Motorola Partners GuRu To Develop New Air Charging Technology
Back in January of this year, in a video, Motorola showed off its air charging technology. Recently, the company has yet again promoted a more powerful wireless charging solution.
How GuRuâ€™s Air Wireless Charging Tech Works
GuRuâ€™s air wireless charging solution is constructed by using a small transmitter composed of interconnected (mmWave) modules. Millimeter wave is a kind of radio frequency that usually works in the range of 30GHz to 300GHz. It is similar to the frequency of the current ultra-high-speed, short-range 5G network to transmit wireless signals.
Therefore, the wireless charging technology can transmit power in a more controlled and safe manner. Thanks to GuRuâ€™s use of millimeter wave frequencies and intelligent algorithms, its transmitter and receiver can be miniaturized, and it can better guide and limit electromagnetic waves.
According to GuRu, their generators can be connected at a distance of more than 30 feet (approximately 9 meters) at the same time and transmit power to multiple receivers regardless of the power of the connected equipment.
Furthermore, GuRuâ€™s devices are also extremely scalable. This wireless technology can power various devices ranging from headphones and smartwatches to laptops and tablets. It can also charge multiple devices simultaneously.