5G energy for IoT devices is becoming a promising power use option. As the statistics say, it is already necessary to talk not so much about the “smart home”, but how much about the “smart city”. That is, there is a technological leap in the wireless infrastructure, in the ecosystem itself.


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Intelligent devices with a constant exchange of information through the network-this is our near future. Constant network traffic provides not only great opportunities. It has other sides, both positive and negative.




For example, the ever-increasing load on data networks and power grids. According to preliminary calculations, in 3-4 years, the number of IoT devices may well reach 40 billion. And for the stability of the functioning of this ecosystem, a 5G communication standard is needed.


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To have a dense, stable 5G signal for IoT devices, you definitely need a frequent distribution of towers. That is, according to the latest technical research, they should be located literally a few hundred meters from each other.


In this way, the desired coverage is achieved. This makes it possible not only to download data quickly. The quick response of the network is also important here. That is, with such a density of towers, it will be possible to use the wireless network signal as a power source.




Thus, the difference between the useful and excess capacity of 5G for IoT devices will serve as a source of charge.


A side effect of the high-speed communication standard is the emergence of a real wireless power grid on its infrastructure.



When connected to other options, unique performance and network redundancy are achieved. Of course, this will not be immediately feasible technologically.


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Now the development of various antennas is in full swing. This is necessary for the antennas to receive a sufficient amount of collected energy. So far, most of the available technologies are at the prototype level. There are also various laboratory tests and experiments. Thus, this will improve the energy collection rate and at the same time will not interfere with the current network.


The prospects:

It is possible that with the development of such technologies, there will be no need for capacious batteries. That is, if the devices can receive energy on demand and over the air-this will change the entire economy of telecom operators.


The developers have already made decent progress. For example, compared to conventional antennas, it was possible to achieve an increase in energy collection by 21 times…

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