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Magnetic resonant modes in a wireless-powered circuit

Tucker, C.A. (2011) Magnetic resonant modes in a wireless-powered circuit. In: 19th Telecommunications forum TELFOR, 22-24 Nov 2011, Serbia, Belgrade, pp. 977-980, https://doi.org/10.1109/TELFOR.2011.6143710.

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Abstract/Summary

A pair of circular loops of the same radius set at a distance form a closed induction circuit. Coupled to a capacitor, these loops form a resonant circuit wherein energy is transported from one to the other. When a current is introduced into one of the loops, it is received by its companion. This is due to the propagation of magnetic waves through the medium, in this instance, atmospheric air of a characteristic impedance.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Science
ID Code:36751
Uncontrolled Keywords:Magnetic resonance, free-space fields, wireless electric currents
Publisher:IEEE

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