Efficiency Analysis on Three-Dimensional Energy Transmitting System for MEMS inside Body


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Wireless energy transmitting technology provides MEMS inside body with a new power supplying approach. At present, the efficiency and stability of a single- dimensional wireless energy transmitting system are still handicaps in practical applications and need improving. In present paper, two structures of multi-dimensional wireless power are presented and compared each other. Single dimensional primary-three dimensional secondary structure is applied in further research. At last System efficiency is expressed after deduction.



Edited by:

Xiancan Deng and Xufeng Dong




K. F. Xue and X. Q. Liu, "Efficiency Analysis on Three-Dimensional Energy Transmitting System for MEMS inside Body", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 681, pp. 147-151, 2013

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April 2013




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