Xiaomi revealed Mi Air Charging technology this Friday morning. Based on the corporate “remote charging technology” can charge multiple gadgets simultaneously and can recharge a smartphone that’s getting used, “while walking around and even when something’s in the way”.

Xiaomi outlines how the technology works in a blog post. The transmitter appears quite massive, as large as maybe a living room side-table subsequent to a sofa. The transmitter can provide a 5W charge wirelessly to a phone.

Xiaomi’s self-developed isolated charging pile has 5 phase interference antennas built-in, which may precisely detect the location of the device. A phase control array composed of 144 antennas transmits millimeter-wide waves on to the smartphone through beamforming.

This type of charging has nothing to do with the Qi standard. The devices have to be outfitted with a “miniaturized antenna array with built-in ‘beacon antenna’ and ‘receiving antenna array’.”

The phone has 14 antennas to transform a millimeter-wave signal that’s emitted by the charging pile. The signal is transformed into electrical power by a rectifier circuit.

Xiaomi teases that its Mi Air Charge technology can be eventually suitable with smartwatches, fitness bands, and other wearable gadgets.

Soon our living room gadgets, together with an audio system(speakers), desk lamps, and other small smart home products, will all be constructed upon a wireless energy supply design, completely free of wires, making our living rooms truly wireless.

No launch date is mentioned
for the Mi Air Charge system and it’s not known if such technology would ever make it to the consumer market. Click here to read Xiaomi's official Blog Post.



Welcome to AndroBliz, the apprise in technology. While we serve you with daily pizza in terms of updates, do hook up with us on our social media platforms below.

Post A Comment: