Wireless Charging Technologies: Fundamentals, Standards, and Network Applications

  title={Wireless Charging Technologies: Fundamentals, Standards, and Network Applications},
  author={Xiao Lu and Ping Wang and Dusit Tao Niyato and Dong In Kim and Zhu Han},
  journal={IEEE Communications Surveys \& Tutorials},
  • Xiao Lu, Ping Wang, Zhu Han
  • Published 3 September 2015
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials
Wireless charging is a technology of transmitting power through an air gap to electrical devices for the purpose of energy replenishment. [] Key Result Finally, we envision some practical future network applications of wireless charging.
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