Charging Your Smartphones on Public Commuters via Wireless Energy Transfer
Smartphones now become an indispensable part of our daily life. However, their continuing operations consume lots of battery energy. For example, a fully-charged smartphone usually cannot support its continuing operation for a whole day. A fundamental problem related to this energy issue is how to prolong the smartphone lifetime so that it can last as long as possible to meet its user needs. Wireless energy transfer has been demonstrated as a promising technique to address this challenge. In...[Show more]
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