Wireless Power Transfer by Highly Resonant Technique

Title Wireless Power Transfer by Highly Resonant Technique
Authors Md. Shariful Hasan, Shah Faisal Alam, Md. Rasheduzzaman
Semester Summer, 2016

Wireless power transfer or wireless power transmission is the process that takes place in any system where electrical energy is transmitted from a power source to an electrical load without the help of connecting wires. Wireless transmission is ideal in cases where continuous energy transfer is needed. But interconnecting wires are inconvenient and hazardous. Though the processes of both are related, this is distinct from wireless transmission for the purpose of transferring information. With wireless power transfer, the efficiency is an important parameter. This report describes an idea to eradicate the hazardous usage of electrical wires which involves lot of confusion. The goal of this project is to design and implement a wireless power transfer by using highly resonance technique over meter distance. Working on this, we are able to light a LED bulb wirelessly about 2ft distance, We also can charge a mobile phone wirelessly about 2mm distance with 40% efficiency, which drive us to research more on how to increase distance with greater efficiency.