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horta1212
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Re: Resonant Power
horta1212   6/13/2014 1:32:03 PM
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I don't believe they have. That's the reason why we have charging bowls. Long range energy transmission hasn't been shown to be feasible using magnetics. I'm surprised they haven't started going into infrared lasers or microwaves with tracking technology instead.

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Resonant Power
RahulRazdan6   6/13/2014 11:33:58 AM
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I am curious.  Has either Witricity or Intel shown a practical implementation of this technology which is price effective and robust in real-world conditions ?  

FYI.. I was the CEO of WiPower (now part of Qualcomm)  and at least 3-4 years ago,  there were significant issues with practical implementations for resonnant power.

 

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Intel
nhamthoi   6/13/2014 12:26:12 AM
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Intel's technology and their work. I think wireless carriers will compete more strongly. Y8Y8 | Girl Games


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