Group: 2014-FYP-43



Dr. Khalid Mehmood Ul Hasan


Today we see lot of wires that have tied us when it comes to transmitting or receiving. Imagine world without wires and the power being transmitted from one place to another without it. The world would be less heavy, less investment, less expenditure and many more other benefits. We will shortly see what possible areas and application could this technique be used. The history of wireless power transfer dates back to the nineteenth century, when Nicholas Tesla for the first time tried to transmit the power without wires. In 2007, researchers from MIT introduced the concept of magnetic resonance coupling to transmit the power without wires. They lit a 60 watt bulb at a distance of 2 meters, which was a new milestone in this field. In our project we are using magnetic resonance technique to transmit the certain amount of power to a distant receiver wirelessly, where we are using Tesla coil as our transmitter and receiver can be any gadget or a house hold device. Our project ensure that the cell phones, laptops and other power electrical devices within a certain range get charged on their own , with no need of plugging them that can prevent the sockets with all sorts of wires. The project focuses on the amount of power transmitted and the distance of transmission. Wireless power transmission has a wide application range in power transfer being used for home appliances, medical equipments, vehicular charging to making the city autonomous. In our project we will also try to minimize the losses while transmission to make it more efficient.

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