The US Patent & Trademark Office recently published a patent application from Samsung that reveals an invention that generally relates to a cordless charging apparatus, and more particularly, to a cordless charging apparatus for restricting interference between frequencies of a Near Field Communication (NFC) antenna and a resonator of a cordless charging apparatus.
Samsung's patent FIG. 3 illustrates one surface of a cordless charging apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 4 illustrates another surface of the cordless charging apparatus according to the embodiment of the present invention.
Samsung's current invention differs greatly from their more sophisticated patent pending invention that we covered back in November 2013 in a report titled "Samsung Invents 3D Orientation-Free Wireless Power Transfer." It's unknown at this time which of the two Samsung designs will eventually emerge in the market over the coming months or years ahead.
Samsung's patent application 20140017998 was published earlier this month by the US Patent and Trademark Office .It was originally filed back in Q3 2013 in the US and Q3 2012 in Korea by inventors Joon-ll Kim, Se-Ho Park and Sung-Ku Yeo. Click here to review the details of Samsung's invention.
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