Latest Wireless electricity Stories
Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a new way to fine-tune wireless power transfer (WPT) receivers, making the systems more efficient and functional.
Engineers have for the first time demonstrated a wirelessly powered medical device so small that it can be implanted in the human body and propel itself through the bloodstream, a feat scientists have been trying to accomplish for more than fifty years.
A Stanford University research team has designed a high-efficiency charging system that uses magnetic fields to wirelessly transmit large electric currents between metal coils placed several feet apart.
NORTH LOGAN, Utah, July 5, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Utah State University Research Foundation's Energy Dynamics Laboratory recently operated the first high-power, high-efficiency wireless power transfer system capable of transferring enough energy to quickly charge an electric vehicle.
LAS VEGAS, Jan. 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Consumer Electronics Show -- Powermat, the leader in wireless power technology, is paving the way for the future of wireless charging to impact a surface near you.
SAITAMA, Japan, Oct. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- TOKO, Inc., a developer/manufacturer of electronic components focused on coil-based products, announces that it will give a demonstration of a self-developed wireless power supply system at CEATEC JAPAN 2010.
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Fulton Innovation's Near-Field Inductive Coupling Technology Leads Wireless Power Industry Conversation, Features Prominently in Global Wireless Power Standard ADA, Mich., Feb.
Safety, energy and charging efficiency drive choice of close-range magnetic induction technology in the standard for wireless power transfer DALLAS, Jan.
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