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System Level Considerations for Integration of Resonant Capacitors in High Power Wireless Charging

@inproceedings{Brubaker2012SystemLC,
  title={System Level Considerations for Integration of Resonant Capacitors in High Power Wireless Charging},
  author={M. Brubaker and H. Kirbie and T. Hosking and T. V. Kampen},
  year={2012}
}
Mass adoption of electric vehicle technology is highly dependent upon ease of recharging at the consumer level. Various strategies including battery swapping, improved battery efficiency, and wireless charging have emerged to address this issue. In the context of wireless charging, implementation options range from local hotspots in the user’s garage or public parking areas to energized roads. While a great deal of attention has been focused on the coupling coils and drive circuitry for… Expand

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