Electric Sky Holdings, Inc. (Mercer Island, WA)

These techniques and systems can be utilized to create and utilize Whisper Beams to provide long-distance wireless power transmission. For example the radiofrequency (RF) Whisper Beam can be focused on high-energy energy at very long distances, which enables the invention to be a viable means to transfer high power for many different scenarios and applications. An antenna is able to transmit two or more coherent, out-of-phase Gaussian signals along a propagation path in order to produce an electromagnetic beam. The beam may be created to propagate along the propagation axis or create a focal point on the propagation axis and is a certain intensity on the propagation axis which is less than a highest intensity of the beam away from the propagation axis.

Autonomous and mobile systems are powered by batteries and fuel systems. Battery technology has improved thanks to advances in smartphones and electric automobiles. However, fuel systems as well as batteries may have negative weight and performance.

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