The Massachusetts Institute of Scientists turned the Wi-Fi signal into electricity
Scientists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the United States have devised a machine that converts Wi-Fi signals into electricity to power electronic devices without having to charge at night, according to Infobae's website. Web.
These scientists have created a small object with thin materials that absorbs the waves of wireless networks and electromagnetic waves in the air, which turns into electrical energy.
Thanks to this, Wi-Fi could become a generalized source of energy. According to Tomas Palacios, a professor of electrical engineering and computing at MIT, the road is paved for collecting energy stolen from the environment.
"When you have one of these devices, you collect energy 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (…) you can cover the table with electronic table cloth and even if it's just on the desk, that would be collecting energy all the time the researcher has been assured by the journal Nature .
This has created the human being the ability to have electricity virtually anywhere and use it in mobile phones, laptops, and other devices.
Antenna receiving radiation emitted by any device that uses 2.4 GHz and 5.6 GHz frequencies. This alternating current flows to the semiconductor molybdenum disulfide (MoS2), where it is converted to direct current.