Wireless power transmission technology with applications

Written by: Arya College, January 21, 2020

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How wireless transmission technology influence the electrical industry

In today’s time, electricity is considered as one of the basic needs of human beings. The conventional power transmission system uses transmission lines to carry power from one place to another. On the other hand, it is costlier in terms of cable costs with a huge transmission loss. Therefore, this can maintain a wireless power transmission (WPT) and is also known as inductive power transfer (IPT).

An introduction to the wireless power transmission technology

Wireless power transmission technology is not a new technology. There are three main systems use for wireless electricity transmission. However, it includes solar cells, microwaves, and resonance. In an electrical device, microwaves use to transmit electromagnetic radiation from a source to a receiver. It states the transfer of electrical power from a source to an electrical device without the help of wires. Basically, it involves two coils: a transmitter and a receiver coil. The transmitter coil powers by an AC current to produce a magnetic field, which in turn induces a voltage in the receiver coil.

It involves the inductive energy transmission from a transmitter to a receiver through an oscillating magnetic field. In order to get this DC current, it is converted into high -frequency AC current by the specially designed electronics built into the transmitter.

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