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A Brief Overview of Wireless Power Transfer Techniques
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 Title & Authors
A Brief Overview of Wireless Power Transfer Techniques
Kshatri, Dinesh Baniya; Shrestha, Surendra; Shrestha, Bhanu;
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 Abstract
The necessity to distribute energy wirelessly has been spurred by the tremendous growth in the use of portable devices. Mobile devices have become ubiquitous and the circuits within them have been optimized to consume extremely low amounts of power. Such portable electronic sets are in constant use and the frequent need to recharge them; using conventional wired mechanisms have hindered the mobility of users. Wireless transmission of energy to power-up devices has been proposed since the days of Tesla and since then many theories and methods have been invented. This paper discusses some of those techniques briefly.
 Keywords
Cordless Electricity;Wireless Electricity;Wireless Energy;Wireless Power;
 Language
English
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