A team of Spanish technology engineers -MIT-, the team led by Tomás Palacios, has developed a technology that converts Wi-Fi signal into electricity. This means that the energy goes through ten meters and without cable: the cell phone battery can be rebuilt with a Wi-Fi signal and even without the device's use of batteries through the aforementioned network.
Up to now, this system has achieved an electrical charge of up to 40 mW, from 150 mW of Wi-Fi signal, as long as it is not enough to charge the mobile phone. What can you do to turn on the screen or electrical sensors. In any case, the first step is important when introducing a new advanced material called molybdenum disulfide.
This new technology extends the Wi-Fi signal, has an alternating current and convert it to a direct current through a special antenna tool or rectifier antenna. This catches some electric microdata, it's enough to launch some basic sensors, but it does not load your mobile phone or feed. On the other hand, because of what molybdenum disulphide is cheap, the passage of the signal gets ahead of the electrical breakdown.
If you think it's big, that is, putting a wall full of shelves, catching the power of radio signals and moving lights or electronic devices around a home or office.
It also has many other implications for improving medicine. For example, a patient may swallow a pill with one of these reactions and activate the stomach's interior with a Wi-Fi signal to perform medical measurements.
Although this system is still in development phase and is still unknown, we are focusing on the technological progress of human dimensions to improve human life quality.