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Jessica Lipsky
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Re: I wouldn't bet on it.
Jessica Lipsky   3/14/2014 12:43:35 PM
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I as understand, there aren't any overt health risks to magnetic induction/resonance charging or RF. But information on health might  go the way of cell phones - no one will admit anything.

tpfj
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Re: I wouldn't bet on it.
tpfj   3/14/2014 11:27:34 AM
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This is exactly why there is a push to resonant charging. I'm afraid your bet has already been waged and won.

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Wireless Charging will be getting improved soon
Kinnar   3/14/2014 5:18:44 AM
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Looking at the figures estimated and the aggressiveness of the mobile phone manufacturers it will be really giving a lot boost in the technical development of the wireless charging technology, yes there are many demands in terms of further development in this technique, but looking at the scope of the deployment it seems that this will open many new avenues in the field.

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I wouldn't bet on it.
JEastlack   3/13/2014 5:20:03 PM
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The problem with magnetic flux coupling is keeping the surface of the secondary coil precicely perpendicular with the magnetic field lines. The less perpendicular, the less coupling and thus wasting energy. I am not sure this is a cost effective way of charging devices, this sounds like a step in the wrong direction. Besides that, where is the data from the study of how this will impact human health or is that not important? 

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