Corpus ID: 118704313

Wireless transfer of power by a 35-GHz metamaterial split-ring resonator rectenna

@inproceedings{Maedler2018WirelessTO,
  title={Wireless transfer of power by a 35-GHz metamaterial split-ring resonator rectenna},
  author={Carsten Maedler and George M. Keiser and Adrian Yi and Jason D. Christopher and Mi Kyoung Hong and Alket Mertiri and Larry K. House and Huseyin R Seren and Xin Zhang and Richard D. Averitt and Pritiraj Mohanty and Shyamsunder Erramilli},
  year={2018}
}
  • Carsten Maedler, George M. Keiser, +9 authors Shyamsunder Erramilli
  • Published 2018
  • Physics
  • Wireless transfer of power via high frequency microwave radiation using a miniature split ring resonator rectenna is reported. RF power is converted into DC power by integrating a rectification circuit with the split ring resonator. The near-field behavior of the rectenna is investigated with microwave radiation in the frequency range between 20-40 GHz with a maximum power level of 17 dBm. The observed resonance peaks match those predicted by simulation. Polarization studies show the expected… CONTINUE READING

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