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Демонстрационный эксперимент с расчетами

Non-radiative mid-range wireless power transfer: An experiment for senior physics undergraduates: https://arxiv.org/abs/1812.00513

A wireless power transfer experiment suitable for senior physics undergraduates that operates between 3 and 4 MHz is described and demonstrated in detail. The apparatus consists of a pair of identical resonant coils that can be moved relative to one another. A signal generator circuit is inductively coupled to the transmitting coil using a single loop of wire. Likewise, a single loop of wire couples the receiving coil to a load impedance. A matching circuit was used to tune the impedance of the system of coupled resonators to match the 50-$\ohm$ output impedance of the signal generator. A low-cost vector network analyzer was used to characterize the system performance as the distance between the pair of coils was changed. When the distance between the transmitting and receiving coils was small, a double resonance emerged. The frequency difference between the pair resonances was inversely proportional to the distance between the coils. After the system was fully characterized, it was operated with up to 20 W of incident power. Our measurements revealed that, at weak coupling, the fraction of the incident power lost to radiation increases linearly with the distance between the coils. Finally, we were able to transmit enough power to dimly light a 60-W incandescent light bulb.
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