Wireless Synchronous Transfer of Power and Reverse Signals

Vol. 19, No. 3, pp. 827-834, May  2019

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Wireless power transfer via coupled magnetic resonances has been a hot research topic in recent years. In addition, the number of related devices has also been increasing. However, reverse signals transfer is often required in addition to wireless power transfer. The structure of the circuit for a wireless power transfer system via coupled magnetic resonances is analyzed. The advantages and disadvantages of both parallel compensation and series compensation are listed. Then the compensation characteristics of the inductor, capacitor and resistor were studied and an appropriate compensation method was selected. The reverse signals can be transferred by controlling the compensation of the resistor. In addition, it can be demodulated by extracting the change of the primary current. A 3.3 MHz resonant frequency with a 100 kHz reverse signals transfer system platform was established in the laboratory. Experimental results demonstrate that wireless power and reverse signals can be transferred synchronously.

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[IEEE Style]

Y. Li, Y. Li, S. Feng, Q. Yang, W. Dong, J. Zhao and M. Xue, "Wireless Synchronous Transfer of Power and Reverse Signals," Journal of Power Electronics, vol. 19, no. 3, pp. 827-834, 2019. DOI: 10.6113/JPE.2019.19.3.827.

[ACM Style]

Yang Li, Yumei Li, Shaojie Feng, Qingxin Yang, Weihao Dong, Jingtai Zhao, and Ming Xue. 2019. Wireless Synchronous Transfer of Power and Reverse Signals. Journal of Power Electronics, 19, 3, (2019), 827-834. DOI: 10.6113/JPE.2019.19.3.827.