Research on Human Implantable Wireless Energy Transfer System


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Advances in medical technology and promote the human implantable wireless energy transfer devices are widely used. Traditional human implantable wireless energy transfer device have some problems of low charging efficiency, blindly charging and data transmission difficult. On the basis of the conventional electromagnetic induction, in this paper, we proposed the use of magnetically coupled resonant way on human implantable device for charging, this method can greatly improve the efficiency of wireless charging. The system gets the CPU’s unique ID of human implantable devices to identifying the device. We can artificially control human implantable device’s charging device number, so as to solve the problems caused by the blind charge. Meanwhile, the system uses an electromagnetic carrier approach for data transmission, both to simplify the complexity of hardware devices and improve the communication efficiency of the device.



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Li Qiang




Z. Z. Peng and B. Yin, "Research on Human Implantable Wireless Energy Transfer System", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 624, pp. 405-409, 2014

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August 2014





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