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Wireless power system for portable electronics

4/22/2012 04:11 PM EDT
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re: Wireless power system for portable electronics
Sanjib.A   4/24/2012 3:14:04 AM
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Not quiet sure if I've grasped the concept...can I find some details about how t works somewhere? 50 centimeter range is great and also good to see that the magnetic field doesn't cause any harm to human body. At what frequency range the power is transmitted/received? Does it not cause any EMI problems to the other electronic devices nearby?

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