Wireless charging of mobile phones

In this fast-moving life, we need to charge our smartphones comfortably. Wireless charging technology has been around for more than 100 years, but its integration with such devices as smartphones has given it new life. Here we are going to discuss wireless charging in smartphones. This gadget uses electromagnetic induction principle similar as Tesla coil.

What is Wireless charging in smartphones?

Wireless charging means, as the name suggests, you do not need to plug the cable into your smartphones to charge it. To charge your phone you simply need to place its face on a special mat or tabletop.

Wireless mobile charging

Wireless mobile charging

So, the transfer of the power from a power outlet to your device, without any physical connectivity, is known as wireless charging. Wireless charging has been around the late 19th century when electricity pioneer and legend “Nikola Tesla” demonstrated magnetic resonant coupling. In magnetic resonant coupling, electricity has been transmitted through the air by creating a magnetic field between two circuits. The first circuit is known as a power transmitter and the second one is known as a power receiver.