The unique features and benefits of our invention come from its ability to wirelessly transfer electromagnetic energy from multiple sources in a tightly coordinated manner (synchronization in terms of frequency, phase and polarization). This produces 10 times’ more power, or higher, at the receiving endpoints. In addition, protocol and timing consideration in the application of this invention to RAIN UHF RFID are included as part of the invention being sold.
Although the company has focused and pursued the application of our invention to the RAIN UHF RFID market, the invention is totally frequency- and endpoint-agnostic and could be applied to other commercial wireless charging applications using sensors, batteries or tags as endpoints. For more information, please contact Paul Slaby at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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There are several brokers that could assist you, for a percentage of the sale. But I would encourage RFID Journal’s readers who have some interest to contact you directly.
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