An Introduction to Resonant Inductive Power Transfer

By Gianpaolo Lisi, Systems Manager | Kilby Laboratories
Kalyan Siddabattula, Systems Manager, Wireless and Low Power Charging | Texas Instruments

With the growing number of personal electronic devices that the average person is constantly relying on, wireless power transfer is becoming an essential mechanism to keep batteries charged at all times. Moreover, thanks to the intrinsic isolation that this technology provides, today’s manufacturers can design more robust, fully enclosed and even water-proof electronic products. Magnetic resonance can be used to engineer wireless power transfer systems with some attractive features.

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