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WIRE LESS POWER TRANSMISSION Answered

IT IS REALLY POSSIBLE, TO TRANSMITT THE POWER WITHOUT ANY WIRES.........IF IT IS POSSIBLE..................GIVE ME THE CONCEPT OR METHODE USED INTHAT PARTICULAR TOPIC.........PLZZZZZZZ........ignore the grammar mistakes

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sasiraj (author)lemonie2010-09-01

hello sir please give some important links for wireless transmission

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lemonie (author)sasiraj2010-09-01


Hello.
What do you want, that isn't in that link?

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sasiraj (author)lemonie2010-09-02

hello sir i'm electrical engg student i want to know about wireless power transmission so kindly help me if you dont mine give some basic ideas about tat teacher and give your email id.

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lemonie (author)sasiraj2010-09-02


I'll have to repeat myself:
What do you want, that isn't in that link?

L

(I don't now what you are asking for because your are vague)

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frollard (author)2010-07-20

I refuse to not pick at the grammar -- Learn goodr!@ lol.

Then watch every video on the ted site...

Wireless Power

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blkhawk (author)frollard2010-07-21

Awesome video! Thank you! I love TED. It is amazing the things that we humans are capable of.

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rickharris (author)2010-07-19

My electric toothbrush does this very well using induction.

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orksecurity (author)rickharris2010-07-19

There are several instructables on this topic, including one which apparently replicates the technique used in MIT's recent breakthrough (highly resonant coupling coils). That's the best solution anyone has yet found for moving nontrivial amounts of power wirelessly. Of course sometimes trivial is all you need. RFID tags obtain their power from the radio signal used to send the inquiry to them, since they require so little power to operate. A classic crystal AM radio receiver does likewise.

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steveastrouk (author)orksecurity2010-07-19

Traditional radio reception always used resonant detection ! This rediscovery of "resonance" bemuses me.

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orksecurity (author)steveastrouk2010-07-20

"Highly resonant coils" is a different solution that radio reception -- among other things, I believe it's primarily B-field coupling.

But, yeah, when the folks at the 'Tute made this work, everyone in the industry was kicking themselves and muttering "Of course... I should have tried that..."

The really great inventions are always "obvious" in retrospect.

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steveastrouk (author)orksecurity2010-07-20

I don't think its that different, because you need an LC network to make it work. Yes, but resonant phenomena are nothing new. I've used it for power reception a bit like Rick says.

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blkhawk (author)2010-07-19


A famous man, Nikola Tesla, contemporary of Thomas Alva Edison experimented with the wireless transmission of electrical energy. He succesfuly lighted bulbs from a distance. I invite you to learn from Tesla. We owed him many of today's technology.

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