WISP Tiny PC without battery, powered by radio waves

WISP: One of the biggest τα των ηλεκτρονικών συσκευών είναι η μπαταρία και η ζωής της. Μια από τις σημαντικότερες προδιαγραφές κάθε ηλεκτρονικού gadget, εκτός από την ταχύτητα του επεξεργαστή ή την ποιότητα της κάμερας του, είναι και η απόδοση της of.wireless-power

So researchers from Washington University have decided to deal with the issue.

A team of researchers from the University of Washington and Delft University of Technology have developed a new gadget that does not need a battery or any other external source . New it works with radio waves.

The device absorbs radio waves from the air and then converts them into electricity.

Let's try to understand the system:

Called Wireless Identification and Sensing Platform (WISP), it is a combination of sensor and computer chip that uses an RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) RFID to collect radio waves and convert them into electricity.WISP

Although the Wireless Identification and Sensing Platform is not designed to compete with your computer or smartphone chip, it has enough processing power to run sensors and transmit data.

The discovery of researchers could change the future Internet of Things (IoT).

Their next step is to make WIS usability more convenient and easier with the creation of Wisent to enable wireless programming of WISP. To this end, the team began working with Delft Technology University.

With Wisent's help, the WISP system can be programmed wirelessly using the radio waves themselves for communication.

“So far WISP requires cables to reprogram, which cancels the advantage of not having a battery. Therefore, we are presenting you with Wisent, a protocol that enables WISP to be rescheduled wirelessly, ”said Przemysław Pawełczak, assistant professor at Embedded Software Group, Delft University of Technology.

"Our vision is to have truly wireless reprogrammable computer software that runs battery-free wherever and whenever we want."

For more information, you can see it Wiki of researchers.

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