Wireless Electricity

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Wireless transmission is ideal in cases where instantaneous or continuous energy transfer is needed, but interconnecting wires are inconvenient, hazardous, or impossible. The tangle of cables and plugs needed to recharge today's electronic gadgets could soon be a thing of the past. The concept exploits century-old physics and could work over distances of many metres. Consumers desire a simple universal solution that frees them from the hassles of plug-in chargers and adaptors."Wireless power technology has the potential to deliver on all of these needs."However, transferring the power is the important part of the solution. With wireless energy transfer, the efficiency is a more critical parameter and this creates important differences…show more content…
This loss implies that our present system of electrical distribution is only 70-74 percent efficient. We have to think of alternate state of art technology to transmit and distribute the electricity. Now a day’s global scenario has been changed a lot and there are tremendous development in every field. If we don’t keep pace with the development of new power technology we have to face a decreasing trend in the development of power sector. The transmission of power without wires may be one noble alternative for electricity transmission. 1. 1The Technologies Available In this remarkable discovery of the "True Wireless" and the principles upon which transmission and reception, even in the present day systems are based, Dr. Nikola Tesla shows us that he is indeed the "Father of the Wireless."The most well known and famous Tesla Tower was designed and constructed mainly for wireless transmission of electrical power, rather than telegraphy. The most popular concept known is Tesla Theory in which it was firmly believed that Wardenclyffe (see fig 1.1) would permit wireless transmission and reception across large distances with negligible losses. In spite of this he had made numerous experiments of high quality to validate his claim of possibility of wireless transmission of electricity. But this was an unfortunate incidence that people of that century was not in a position to recognise his splendid work otherwise today we may transmit electricity
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