OPPO is demonstrating a prototype of its Zero-Power Tag at MWC 2023. The locator is quite similar to an Apple AirTag. The OPPO company is the first to apply the Zero-power Communication Technology described earlier this year.
According to OPPO, its recently developed Zero-Power Communication (ZPC) technology may be the ultimate answer to the power issue in locating gadgets. It appears to have been designed to do just that: convert electromagnetic energy carried by radio waves into a electrical current that may be used to power electronic devices.
Due to the widespread availability of radiofrequency (RF) energy from sources such as cell towers, base stations, Wi-Fi access points, and even televisions and mobile devices, the OEM's new type of power source might be able to keep devices with these ZPC modules present.
The Zero Power Tag Has a Several Uses
According to OPPO, this method of communication has potential applications for a wide array of Internet of Things (IoT) devices. It can also measure temperature and humidity using built-in sensors that operate on nearby sources like TV and radio towers.
OPPO has proposed that the gadget be used to monitor endangered bird species' flight patterns as an additional purpose. This innovative technology will result in fewer batteries being thrown away every year.
The OPPO Zero-Power Tag might be a sticker as a possible future development, making it even simpler to keep an eye on.
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