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Design of The Dual-band Resonator for Magnetic Resonance Wireless Power Transfer
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Design of The Dual-band Resonator for Magnetic Resonance Wireless Power Transfer
Yoon, Nanae; Seo, Chulhun;
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In this paper, the single port dual-band resonator for magnetic resonance wireless power transfer is proposed. The proposed dual-band resonator is consists of 20 turns spiral coil, a single loop, matching circuit, lumped elements, and a single port. The two sides of the matching circuit are connected to via holes. The spiral coil is operated at MF-band and single loop is operated at HF-band, respectively. We use two of the same structure resonators and simulated and the power transfer efficiency was calculated. The efficiency of simulation and measurement is above 60% at the MF and HF bands, and the distance is 100 mm.
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