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Huawei patents Wireless Charging for long distance, which is super cool

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In the terms of technology, Huawei owns the most. Still, this Chinese tech giant has been continually exploring new technologies in various fields including the automotive industry, Smart home, smartphones technology, and more.

In this sequence, Huawei made public one more patent under the “Long-distance Wireless Charging Transmitting System” title, presents new wireless charging capabilities, which seems very cool.

As per the latest information coming from the Chinese patent office, the company has applied for this patent on 20th April last year with the publication number CN112689938A.

This technology will be used in the long-distance wireless charging transmitting system, which will be used to charge the receiver wirelessly.

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We can observe from the abstract, that this long-distance wireless charging transmitter mechanism contains a transmitting module, a radio frequency conversion unit, a processing unit, and the transmitter antenna.

Currently, the Huawei Mate 40 series supports 50W wireless charging and is used with Huawei’s super-fast charging wireless charger (Max 50 W).

It will produce complex signals containing the control signal and power signal. Later, the complex signals received by the Y-RF conversion unit. The above-mentioned unit’s individual works-

Control signal: It controls the working state of the receiving end.

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Power signal: It charges the receiving end.

Y-RF conversion unit: It transforms the complex signal into the radio frequency signal. After that, it’s to the transmitting end antenna

Transmitting antenna: This is the uttermost working module ad handles a lot of work. Its working tasks include-

  • Transmission of radio frequency signal corresponding to the composite signal.
  • Realization of wireless charging and control functions in receiving end using complex signal transmission route.
  • Simplifies the internal hardware structure and reduces the cost of the transmission mechanism.

This long-distance wireless charging transmitting system is surely something to look forward to. It’s going to be interesting to see that, what technology can Huawei come up with this time.

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Huawei Vehicle 3D information tech can be used for smart driving, connected vehicles, and IoV

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Today, Huawei shared a Vehicle 3D information patent that will bring more accuracy during information acquisition. This patent entitled “Method and Device for Obtaining Vehicle 3D Information” has been approved by the intellectuals.

According to China Intellectual Property Database, Huawei has applied for this vehicle 3D information patent in March 2020. After clearing all examination stages, it has been published with the publication number is CN113435224A in China.

Coming to the patent document, the described method will be suitable for the Internet of Vehicles (IoV). Its application scenario includes smart driving, AI connected vehicles, connected smart cars, and more.

Related: Huawei new patent for in-vehicle communication and fault detection technology for vehicle antenna

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Huawei Vehicle 3D information patent

Now, let’s move to the method descriptions-

In this method, the essential part includes the observing modules and the target object. At first, the observing module determines the outlines for the target and then predicts the observation or heading angle of the object using previously acquired information.

Therefore, the vehicle system all necessary info of the observation angle or directing angle of the target vehicle. Furthermore, it improves the accuracy of vehicle 3D information retrieval and higher safety measurements.

Previous Patent: 

Three days ago Huawei shares the solar battery patent for smart cars. When the solar battery size expands it reduces the resistance effect of the thin film. The company applied for the patent on 26th May and publishes it with the announcement number CN113421977A. (Read Full Story Here)

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Yunsheng – Huawei’s first virtual human [Video]

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At Huawei Connect 2021, Zhang Ping’an, CEO of Huawei CLOUD and President of Huawei Consumer Cloud Service spoke about Huawei Cloud, officially announced the first virtual human, Yunsheng. That’s not it, Yunsheng joined Huawei Cloud as the first virtual human employee. Zhang introduced Yunsheng under Huawei CLOUD’s digital content product line.

According to the information, in the YunSheng word, the Shen part of the word sounds sheng and derived from traditional Chinese. The meaning of this word translates as a musical instrument.

Huawei Virtual Human

Huawei has developed YunSheng by using AI Automatic modeling, AI Voice drive, and AI rendering acceleration. These three technologies helped Huawei to form a perfect virtual human. During the official introduction, Yunsheng introduced Huawei Cloud use cases in a different and funky manner.

Aside from this information, Huawei has not revealed any additional aspect of the work of YunSheng in the company. However, you can check the complete video demonstration of Huawei’s first virtual human at the video linked below.

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LYSA:

Previously, we brought you LYSA, as Huawei’s first virtual person. However, she didn’t announce by the company at any official stage compared to YunSheng.

LYSA is a female character that is designed with digital art consisting of illustration, modeling, digital rendering & high-precision automated generation, and more.

Huawei Lysa

Similar to YunSheng, the characteristic of the model, it looks very lively and the skin texture, expression, eye materials as well as animations feel very real.

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Huawei LYSA: Meet Huawei’s first virtual person, she is realistic and beautiful [Video Demo]

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Huawei 100W super fast charging launched, recharge battery under 20 minutes

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Huawei launched its first phone with 100W super-fast charging – Nova 9 Pro. According to the information, the latest Huawei 100W charger could recharge the 4000mAh battery of this phone in under 20 minutes, faster than ever before.

100W Huawei Charge

Huawei self-developed 100W fast-charging solutions that have powerful intelligent computing output. Combined with 5C high-power single cell, multi-electrode combination technology, high energy density, and low discharge loss, this 100W charger brings you a lightning-like charging experience.

The latest charging capability for this Huawei 100W brick charges around 75% faster than Huawei Nova 8 Pro that has a 66W Super charge and comes with the same capacity battery.

Huawei nova 9 and Nova 8 charging

100W

This charger supports maximum super-fast charging 20V/5A, compatible with 11V/6A or 10V/4A or 10V/2.25A or 4.5V/5A or 5V/4.5A super-fast charging, compatible with 9V/2A fast charging.

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100W charging 20 minutes

66W

On the other hand, the 66W charger supports 11V/6A super fast charge, compatible with 10V/4A or 10V/2.25A or 5V/4.5A super fast charge, compatible with 9V/2A fast charge.

Heat dissipation:

The Nova 9 Pro uses a dual VC + ultra-high thermal conductivity graphene three-dimensional heat dissipation system. The heat dissipation capacity is increased by 6% compared with the previous generation.

Huawei heat dissipation

The new solution can quickly sense the heating area and immediately cool down. The superheat dissipation ability allows you to feel the continuous calm and comfortable playing experience, which helps to keep the phone cool down while taking photos, videos, and playing games.

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