Selective Wireless Power Transfer to Multiple Loads Using Receivers of Different Resonant Frequencies

@article{Zhang2015SelectiveWP,
  title={Selective Wireless Power Transfer to Multiple Loads Using Receivers of Different Resonant Frequencies},
  author={Yiming Zhang and Ting Lu and Zhengming Zhao and Fanbo He and Kainan Chen and Liqiang Yuan},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics},
  year={2015},
  volume={30},
  pages={6001-6005}
}
In multiple receivers of resonant wireless power transfer, selective power flow among the loads is an important issue. This paper proposes a new method to control power division. The two-coil structure with different resonant frequencies of the sending and receiving loops is modeled and analyzed. The efficiency is proved to peak at the resonant frequency of the receiving loop, regardless of the resonant frequency of the sending loop. Using this feature, selective power transfer can be achieved… CONTINUE READING
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