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Huawei innovates a new wireless transmission system to reduce disconnections in foldable devices



On June 18, 2021, Huawei has published a new patent for the folding device and equipment with announcement number CN112995370A in China. According to the information, this patent was applied in 2019.

Huawei is continuously working and making improvements in traditional methods. Relating to this technology, the innovation method aims to replace the wiring structure used in folding device for signal transmission with the wireless system to reduce the loss of communication.

According to the patent document, the folding device includes a folding body, and the folding body includes a first folding part, a second folding part, and a middle folding part connected in sequence.

The first and the second folding part are capable of relatively rotating the middle folding part. Also, both the first and second folding parts equipped with the first and second wireless communication chip respectively.

The first and the second folding part communicate with each other through the first and second communication chip to establish a wireless network. In the frequent bandings, the wireless connection lowers the chances of disconnection and provides stable transmission performance between the end-users.

On the other hand, for a long time, Huawei is deeply researching and developing new communication technologies for consumers and has strong strength.

According to the 2020 global wireless communication network technology invention patent rankings released by IPRdaily Chinese Network and income Innovation Index Research Center, Huawei leads the board with 8607 patents followed by Qualcomm, OPPO, Ericsson, and so on.

(Via – ithome)

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