The US Navy has successfully transmitted 1.6 kW of wireless energy over a distance of one kilometer

See, power transmission without cables is working. So when do we see the teleport?

The guys from the US Naval Research Laboratory sent a 1.6 kW energy package through a 10 GHz microwave beam. They succeeded in the Safe and Continuous Power Beaming – Microwave (SCOPE-M) research. The 10 GHz frequency was determined because it has the ability to break through even heavy rain and the energy loss is less than five percent. It also meets international safety standards for birds, animals or humans that could stand the way (some activists apparently).

The researchers tested two transmission devices, and although one had a 1.6 kW transmission, the other had a lower peak but a higher total transmission volume. In addition, the tests have been going on for some time, but now scientists have been able to send energy with a much smaller transmitter and receiver than in the past.

“Although SCOPE-M was a terrestrial energy transmission, it is good evidence of a working concept for space energy transfer. The main benefit of space energy transfer to Earth for the United States Department of Defense is to reduce dependence on fuel supplies for soldiers. Brian Tierney, SCOPE-M electronics engineer, said.

Source: tweaktown

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