Wireless power by magnetic resonance

Beginning in 1997, I created the first prototypes of a new kind of technology, wireless power transfer. While it had been done in the early 20th Century, particularly in the Weimar Republic, I examined the problem in the light of new technological paradigms, such as semiconductors and paramagnetic materials. This led to a series of oscillators that demonstrate four distinct kinds of wireless power transfer. Those most useful to solve present-day problems we research and manufacture:

  • Near or mid-range projection
  • Encompassed e-mobility
  • Medical and other miniaturised solutions
  • Large-body resonant coupling

This has resulted in academic and commercial proprietary works.

US Patent 8,274,178

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A resonant array for the transmission of multiple frequency wireless energy in multiple configurations at a useful distance for grid-coordinate power and information delivery on small aperture and mobile scales where alternatives such as battery, solar, infrared, microwave, or other power-independent means are inappropriate or inaccessible.

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A technical book discussing how electrical power is transferred through the air without wires.

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The subject of wireless power has been of great fascination since antiquity. First proposed in modern times by Nikola Tesla, it has intrigued and challenged the entire world. While there have been many attempts to describe this work, the mathematical explanation of wireless power can be traced to J. Clerk Maxwell's original equations and the behaviour of wireless power in the circuit is due to Joseph Larmor's fundamental works on the dynamics of the field concept. This book deals with the theory, as well as experiments one can perform by building those described within its pages. The idea is that anyone can grasp an understanding of wireless power and how to use it in their daily lives with a minimum of technical effort.