Collaborators Develop Next-Gen Antennas

Molex and Ossia have launched a joint project to collaborate on the next-generation Cota antenna designs. The project will include several new patch antenna designs servicing an array of commercial applications. 

 

Cota wireless power delivers power without plugs, wires, or charging pads. It can power multiple devices in motion, without a line-of-sight, at a distance. All Cota-enabled devices can be activated, managed, and monitored via the Cota Cloud platform. The power receivers are small enough to be embedded into IoT devices, wearables, and many other electronics.

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Through the collaboration, Molex will assist Ossia in designing antennas for Cota transmitters and receivers. Molex will bring its expertise in materials, manufacturing, and product development. The companies aim to jointly develop and commercialize Cota antennas for purchase by manufacturers.  More details are for the having with a visit to Ossia and Molex.

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