Wireless power transmission: R&D activities within Europe
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AuthorCarvalho, Nuno Borges; Georgiadis, Apostolos; Costanzo, Alessandra; Rogier, Hendrik; Collado Garrido, Ana; García García, José Ángel; Lucyszyn, Stepan; Mezzanotte, Paolo; Kracek, Jan; Masotti, Diego; Boaventura, Alírio J. Soares; Ruiz Lavín, María de las Nieves; Pinuela, Manuel; Yates, David C.; Mitcheson, Paul D.; Mazanek, Milos; Pankrac, Vitezslav
Wireless power transmission (WPT) is an emerging technology that is gaining increased visibility in recent years. Efficient WPT circuits, systems and strategies can address a large group of applications spanning from batteryless systems, battery-free sensors, passive RF identification, near-field communications, and many others. WPT is a fundamental enabling technology of the Internet of Things concept, as well as machine-to-machine communications, since it minimizes the use of batteries and eliminates wired power connections. WPT technology brings together RF and dc circuit and system designers with different backgrounds on circuit design, novel materials and applications, and regulatory issues, forming a cross disciplinary team in order to achieve an efficient transmission of power over the air interface. This paper aims to present WPT technology in an integrated way, addressing state-of-the-art and challenges, and to discuss future R&D perspectives summarizing recent activities in Europe.