Scientists at the Institute Massachusetts turned the Wi-Fi signal into electricity
US Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) scientists have developed a machine that converts Wi-Fi signals into electricity to power electronic devices without having to charge it at night, according to the Infobae website. on the web
These scientists created a small object with thin materials that absorb the waves of the wireless network and electromagnetic waves into the air, and it is converted into electricity.
Thanks to this, Wi-Fi can become a universal energy source. According to MIT Professor Thomas Palaciosa, the road is paved to collect stolen energy from the environment.
"If you have one of these devices, you collect energy 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (…), you could cover the table with an electronic tablecloth and even if it is just on the table, it would collect energy all the time", The researcher confirmed the magazine "Nature".
This creation made it possible for people to get almost all electricity and use it on mobile phones, laptops and other devices.
Antenna receiving radiation emitted by any device using frequencies of 2.4 gigahertz (GHz) and 5.6 GHz, this variable current flows to the molybdenum disulphide (MoS2) semiconductor, where it is transformed into direct electrical current.