Newest patent enables Cota wireless power system to self-charge batteries across multiple devices simultaneously
- Ossia now has five patents awarded related to Cota, its groundbreaking wire-free charging technology.
- Ossia’s newest patent covers the capabilities of the Cota wireless charging system to self-charge batteries, powering multiple devices at the same time.
- Batteries of any shape, including standard and custom-sized batteries, can be charged wirelessly using Cota.
- Ossia is the only operating company that has been awarded patents related to RF remote wireless power.
REDMOND, Wash., October 15, 2014 /MobilityWire/ — Ossia, Inc. (www.ossiainc.com), the company behind the Cota remote wire-free charging technology, today announced it has been awarded its fifth patent from the United States Patent and Trademark Office: U.S. Patent No. 8,854,176. Ossia’s latest patent pertains to the capabilities of the company’s Cota wireless charging system to self-charge batteries through the use of 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz focused microwave energy. Batteries of any shape, including standard and custom-sized batteries, can be charged wirelessly using Cota.