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Wireless power transmission experiments
posted January 14 2011 19:43.02 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Alan Yates from vk2zay seems that he likes wireless power transfer. Therefore, he has a page in which he presents his experiments that he does. Here is his latest video, in which he explains the basic physics and the technical difficulties of achieving high efficiencies in wireless power transfer. Watch this video bellow. Visit also his site for further information.



[Link: vk2zay]
Tags: wireless power   theory/tutorial   science   experiments   wireless   physics   diy   high voltage   
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  • At 13 January 2015, 2:20:06 user sadu sai saandee wrote:   [reply @ sadu sai saandee]
    • please send me the circuit diagram ,sir or mam.


  • At 1 December 2011, 9:42:06 user saheed wrote:   [reply @ saheed]
    • please send me the circuit diagram


  • At 5 March 2011, 8:26:17 user etagegn wrote:   [reply @ etagegn]
    • i like it very much but i need the detail about the mathematical calculation over transmitter and receiver antenna and the other components.












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