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Wireless Charging of Handhelds Using Radio Frequency from Non-Conventional Energy Resources

S. Senthilkumar, N. Deepanraj, S. Nandhakumar


Sustainable development will require replacement of older technologies and increased use of both renewable energy and wireless technology. What if there was a way we could harvest the energy that is being transmitted and use it as a source of power for handhelds? And also that to from Non-conventional energy source like solar power. This paper deals with a system that enables you to charge your handhelds wirelessly form zero pollutant solar energy. A system that to be presented will be using a receiving antenna and charge pump technology to charge a handhelds battery without wires. The base station which is a transmitter of power is powered from solar energy. The solar energy which is trapped is transmitted as radio frequency from the base station. At the receiving end we contain antenna that is tuned to transmitted frequency and a charge pump to charge up the battery of Handhelds.

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