1)It has a system called Cota that gets around the FCC regulations by designing a wireless hub that transmits waves at a Wi-Fi frequency but doesn't send a communications signal.
2)"With Wi-Fi for communications, you only want to transmit when you have data to send," Talla says. "But for power delivery, you want to transmit something all the time. There's a clear mismatch."
To get around this, the team designed software that broadcasts meaningless data across several Wi-Fi channels when no one is using the internet.