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Wireless Energy Transfer With Frequency Hopping Capabilities

Wireless Energy Transfer With Frequency Hopping Capabilities

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Published by Jason Warden
In the abstract of this particular document they mention the Q-factor. I should explain here that the Q-factor is nothing more than a rating system for the Quality of an oscillator/resonator is in terms of under-dampness. It factors in things like (for example) a swing going back and forth with a high resistance (damped) having a LOW Q-factor, and a swing in a vacuum is factored as having a HIGH Q-factor. Simply put Q = quality.

Since the abstract is (too abstract) I'm going to put the summary here. Long story short, the ability to frequency hop is of benefit to all devices not using the same carrier wave (hence why we have adapters, now wireless adapters) yet this tech has NOT made it's way out yet.

Summary (found on page 64 of 116): There is disclosed herein a non-radiative or near field wireless energy transfer scheme that is capable of transmitting useful amounts of power over mid-range distances and alignment offsets. This inventive technique uses coupled electromagnetic resonators with long lived oscillatory resonant modes to transfer power from a power supply to a power drain. The technique in general may be applied to a wide range of resonators, even where the specific examples disclosed herein relate to electromagnetic resonators. IF the resonators are designed that such energy stored by the electric field is primarily confined within the structure and that the energy stored by the magnetic field is primarily in the region surrounding the resonator. Then, the energy exchange is mediated primarily by the resonant magnetic near-field.

These types of resonators may be referred to as 'magnetic resonators'.

If the resonators are designed such that the energy stored by the magnetic field is primarily confined within the structure and that the energy stored by the electric field is primarily in the region surrounding the resonator. Then the energy exchange is mediated primarily by the resonant electric near-field. These types of resonators may be referred to as electric resonators. Either type of resonator may also be referred to as an electromagnetic resonator. Both types of resonators are disclosed therein.

The uses for such a technique vary widely, but it can include wireless energy transmission from solar panels, wind turbines and other power generation devices wirelessly into capacitor banks that can inherit multiple forms of carrier waves without overloading (even though a typical antenna/wave form rectifier). Have fun with this one ladies and gents!

In the abstract of this particular document they mention the Q-factor. I should explain here that the Q-factor is nothing more than a rating system for the Quality of an oscillator/resonator is in terms of under-dampness. It factors in things like (for example) a swing going back and forth with a high resistance (damped) having a LOW Q-factor, and a swing in a vacuum is factored as having a HIGH Q-factor. Simply put Q = quality.

Since the abstract is (too abstract) I'm going to put the summary here. Long story short, the ability to frequency hop is of benefit to all devices not using the same carrier wave (hence why we have adapters, now wireless adapters) yet this tech has NOT made it's way out yet.

Summary (found on page 64 of 116): There is disclosed herein a non-radiative or near field wireless energy transfer scheme that is capable of transmitting useful amounts of power over mid-range distances and alignment offsets. This inventive technique uses coupled electromagnetic resonators with long lived oscillatory resonant modes to transfer power from a power supply to a power drain. The technique in general may be applied to a wide range of resonators, even where the specific examples disclosed herein relate to electromagnetic resonators. IF the resonators are designed that such energy stored by the electric field is primarily confined within the structure and that the energy stored by the magnetic field is primarily in the region surrounding the resonator. Then, the energy exchange is mediated primarily by the resonant magnetic near-field.

These types of resonators may be referred to as 'magnetic resonators'.

If the resonators are designed such that the energy stored by the magnetic field is primarily confined within the structure and that the energy stored by the electric field is primarily in the region surrounding the resonator. Then the energy exchange is mediated primarily by the resonant electric near-field. These types of resonators may be referred to as electric resonators. Either type of resonator may also be referred to as an electromagnetic resonator. Both types of resonators are disclosed therein.

The uses for such a technique vary widely, but it can include wireless energy transmission from solar panels, wind turbines and other power generation devices wirelessly into capacitor banks that can inherit multiple forms of carrier waves without overloading (even though a typical antenna/wave form rectifier). Have fun with this one ladies and gents!

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Categories:Types, Research, Science
Published by: Jason Warden on Nov 02, 2011
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

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