U.S. Army investigates wireless remote recharge
The U.S. military wants to find a way to wirelessly recharge battery: A key technology to improve the performance of their soldiers.
The idea is to have recharge areas both fixed and mobile units would simply have to be in the range for your devices to refill the battery.
The technology will also be implemented on the computer loads the soldier, would eliminate the cables and devices requiring energy gained from the piles that have the individual in the body. Same weight thus reducing hardware loads the soldier.
There are several simultaneous investigations on this matter. As an example, a U.S. Army center in Natick Soldier Massachusetts called Research Development and Engineering Center (NSRDEC) is working with strong magnetic resonators aclopados, a technology originally researched at MIT with funding from the Army itself. They are working on a human body (in vest helmet).
Another is the research carried Tank and Automotive Research Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC) and Electronics Communications Research Development and Engineering Center (CERDEC), which investigates the remote recharging experiments and achieved this technology to 15.2 meters away (50 feet).
Soon the real war will have a little more to do with the experiecia Q-Zar.
Link: Army Scientists explore wireless power transfer (Army Mil)Tags: battery, distance, pile, recharge, Wayerless, Wireless