Originally Posted by OverByter
It probably uses an active tuner like we use with our ham rigs, uses a r/c network to keep the swr optimal no matter how you hold it so that there's no unwanted attenuation involved. I definitely agree with Hadron, can't wait to see the FCC filing on this bad boy.
I can see that being possible.. it would have to learn.
Modern tuners do store what they have learned and try those first to speed up matching.
At the power levels we are talking about here you can effectively load up the track on the circuit board and radiate virtually no power while keeping the transmitter happy.
In the end the handset may be able to hear the BTS but what if the BTS can't hear the handset?
The FCC filings will be interesting, but I want to see the iFixit teardown more than the FCC filing myself.
If it works I want to see how it works