1. SEMINAR ON Wireless Electricity Transmission PRESENTED BY- DEEPAK KUMAR UNITED COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & RESEARCH EC 7 TH SEM
4. Background Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) The Father of Wireless Electricity. Tesla's many inventions include high-frequency generators (1890) and the Tesla coil (1891), a transformer with important applications in the field of radio communications
7. Microwaves generated using the Magnetron from the base station can be received at any location on Earth with the help of Geosynchronous Receiving and Transmitting Satellites. Advantages of Low Orbit And Geosynchronous Satellites: * These satellites will use microwaves to beam power to the receiving station and mobile power receiving devices. * Since The low Orbit Microwave Beam Would spread less, the ground based Rectenna could be smaller. Microwave Power Transmission And Reception Technique Recent Developments Suggest that power could be sent to Earth using Laser also. The power can be received at Rectenna which will be located on Earth, Comprising a mesh of dipoles and diodes for absorbing microwave energy from a transmitter and converting it back into electrical power. 95% of the Microwave Beam will fall on the Rectenna. Location of Rectenna : The Rectenna should be located near population center to facilitate the transmission of electricity.
10. System Losses Of Wired Electricity Transmission We lose, on average, 80% of the energy we extract when using it for electronic products 36.3GJ Electricity Grid 10% Distribution/ Transmission 32.7 GJ Customer Power Supply 40% 19.6 GJ