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Wireless Power Transmission with Short and Long Range Using Inductive Coil

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DOI: 10.4236/wet.2018.91001    1,348 Downloads   3,207 Views

ABSTRACT

In today’s time each individual needs remote framework, yet at the same time control transmission for low power gadgets are wired in nature. Consistent power supply is one of the real issues in the motivation behind the utilization of remote sensor network. Yet, in the power arrangement of remote Sensor Network, the battery has an extremely constrained lifetime and is not supplanted yet by some other persistent power framework. There are separate techniques proposed for shorter and more separate power transmission: Inductive coupling, resonant inductive coupling and air ionization for short separations; microwave and Laser transmission for longer separations. The pioneer of the field, Tesla endeavoured to make a capable, remote electric transmitter more than a century back that has now observed an exponential development. This paper overall lights up all the effective strategies proposed for transmitting power without wires. This study is important for find out the future ways of power transmission. These methods are so important in today’s world because of drastic wastage of power. Common wireless power transmission is a point-to-point control transmission. It was demonstrated that the power transmission effectiveness could approach near 100%.

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Bhardwaj, M. and Ahlawat, A. (2018) Wireless Power Transmission with Short and Long Range Using Inductive Coil. Wireless Engineering and Technology, 9, 1-9. doi: 10.4236/wet.2018.91001.

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