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Wireless service is a great thing, without which it is almost impossible to imagine life today. It remains evident that the time spent surfing the Internet reduces the battery life of your smartphone.

The battery on your smartphone will be very rewarding with the new discovery comes from the University of Washington.

If the invention of  “Wi-Fi” should be grateful to the Dutch researchers, the new technology, called “passive Wi-Fi”, deserve gratitude scientists from the University of Washington. This passive “Wi-Fi” is based on the phenomenon of output signal. While most of the “Wi-Fi” connections need two radio signals, the new technology would only be necessary signal. It would generate a frequency signal.

 

Scientists from Washington DC had reached speeds of only  11 megabits per second with the new connection, but working on its improvement. What is more, the tests showed that passive “Wi-Fi” works seamlessly integrated with existing modems and smartphones. Moreover, this passive “Wi-Fi” consumes only 15 to 60 mikrovati energy, which is 10 thousand times less than usual. In tests confirmed communication with smartphones at 30 m distance.

 

All this is possible because the passive devices that are located near reflected signal and simultaneously synthesized wireless transmission. When the technology will live will be able to use not only mobile phones, but all devices that use the Internet.

 

Follow further developments and independent tests, which we hope will confirm the results garnered by scientists. While it is still early, this finding seems so promising, already included in the 10 largest technological achievements

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Wireless service is a great thing, without which it is almost impossible to imagine life today. It remains evident that the time spent surfing the Internet reduces the battery life of your smartphone. The battery on your smartphone will be very rewarding with the new discovery comes from the University...