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Rigorous network modeling of magnetic-resonant wireless power transfer

  • Alessandra Costanzo (a1), Marco Dionigi (a2), Franco Mastri (a1), Mauro Mongiardo (a2), Johannes A. Russer (a3) and Peter Russer (a3)...

Abstract

Magnetic-resonant wireless power transfer (MRWPT) has been typically realized by using systems of coupled resonators. In this paper, we introduce a rigorous network modeling of the wireless channel and we introduce several viable alternatives for achieving efficient MRWPT. Ideally, the wireless channel should realize a 1:n transformer; we implement such transformer by using immittance inverters. Examples illustrate the proposed network modeling of the magnetic-resonant wireless power channel.

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Corresponding author: A. Costanzo Email: alessandra.costanzo@unibo.it

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