• Corpus ID: 45276287

Efficient inductively coupled resonant power transfer for an implantable electroencephalography recording device

  title={Efficient inductively coupled resonant power transfer for an implantable electroencephalography recording device},
  author={A. Czarnecki},
Resonant wireless power transfer with embedded communication for more versatile and efficient applications
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  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • 2015
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  • 2010
Accurate measurement of high quality factors in inductors is a challenging task. While Q values in the range of 30 and below can be assessed using network analyzers with standard calibration
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