A Novel Universal Control Scheme for Transcutaneous Energy Transfer (TET) Applications

Abstract

A key feature of future active implants will include wireless transcutaneous energy transfer (TET). A novel closed-loop control scheme is presented here for coupled resonant tank circuits that is capable of providing stable and maximally efficient power transfer under various load and disturbance conditions as well as for varying implants. The control… (More)

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