Tuesday, 10 March 2015

Wireless Power


The transfer of wireless energy (or wireless) is the transmission of electrical energy from a power supply to an electric load without the use of cables that form the conductor.

The transmission of wireless energy is useful in the case where connections with the normal wires prove complex or impossible to achieve. The problem of the transmission of electrical energy without wires differs from that of wireless telecommunications such as, for example, to the radio. In the second case, in fact,

The portion of the energy received becomes critical only if it is too weak to be distinguished from the signal with respect to all the noise (noise). [1] With the wireless power, efficiency is by far the single most significant. A large part of the energy sent from the plant's generation has in fact arrive at the receiver in order to work properly.

The most common form of wireless energy transfer is performed using the method of electromagnetic induction. Other methods include electromagnetic radiation in the form of microwaves or laser. [2]