Yank Technologies, a startup company in New York, announced its contactless, wireless charging product- the MotherBox. It has been officially certified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
In 2017, Yank Technologies first introduced the MotherBox concept, a wireless charger with no contact required. The MotherBox works with a receiver and can charge multiple devices at a time, is both Android and iOS compatible, and allows free movement of the devices being charged.
By scoring a Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) value well below the limit of 1.6W/kg, the company proved its technology. It is made from a unique three-dimensional antenna architecture and amplifiers and met FCC radiation limitations for electrical devices. The latest phase of the FCC certification process verified Part 18 compliance and officially confirmed the technology met all safety standards.