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EST 2020-05-21
10:35
Online Online A Study on an Automatic Efficiengy Control of the Magnetic-Resonant-Type WPT System using the SP-PS Circuit Topology
Takara Ijiro, Tsugumichi Shibata (TCU) EST2020-2
The efficiency of a magnetic resonant type wireless power transfer is affected not only by the loss due to the parasitic... [more] EST2020-2
pp.7-10
WPT
(2nd)
2019-10-31
- 2019-11-02
Overseas Xidian University Direct Induced Current Control for Inductive Coupling Wireless Charging System
ShaoweiLiu, Kai Xie, Yue Xu, Bicheng Wu, Fan Zhu (Xidian Univ)
This paper proposes a novel topology structure and control methodology for wireless charging, in which a constant curren... [more]
WPT
(2nd)
2019-10-31
- 2019-11-02
Overseas Xidian University High Efficiency Wireless Distribution Unit Based on ICPT
Ma Liang, Liu zhigang, Zhang Xiaofeng, Zhu liying (BISEE)
 [more]
WPT 2019-06-11
11:45
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. Proposal of Parameter Identification Method for S/S Topology Based on Obtained Frequency Domain Data from Inverter Current/Voltage of Wireless Power Transfer
Koda Takeda, Wataru Ohnishi, Takafumi Kodaki (UT) WPT2019-20
In this paper, a novel identification method of parameters of wireless power transfer(WPT) system based on frequency dom... [more] WPT2019-20
pp.51-56
WPT, MW 2019-04-22
14:20
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Development of Microwave-driven Mini 4WD Traveling System by Mobile Wireless Power Transfer
Takayuki Matsumuro, Takahiro Aoki, Kohta Kinugawa, Yoshiki Nakagawa, Toshio Ishizaki (Ryukoku Univ.) WPT2019-4 MW2019-4
We developed a microwave-driven Mini 4WD traveling system with mobile wireless power transmission for the WPT contest "M... [more] WPT2019-4 MW2019-4
pp.17-19
EE, WPT, IEE-SPC 2018-07-03
13:40
Hokkaido Hokkaido University Proposal of Design Method Based on Power Factor Compensation for SS and SP Topology of Capacitive Power Transfer with Resonance Coupling
Kenta Suzuki, Takehiro Imura, Yoichi Hori (The Univ. of Tokyo) WPT2018-25
Capacitive power transfer has advantages such as lower cost and lighter weight for the equipment materials than IPT. How... [more] WPT2018-25
pp.97-100
MW, WPT 2018-04-27
14:25
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Building Design of Microstrip Symmetric-Coupling Quadruplet Bandpass Filters with Transmission Zeros for Symmetric and Asymmetric Frequency Responses
Ryo Mikase, Masataka Ohira, Zhewang Ma, Xiaolong Wang (Saitama Univ.) WPT2018-4 MW2018-4
Bandpass filters (BPFs) composed of four resonators as a basic component, like CQ filters, have been proposed so far. In... [more] WPT2018-4 MW2018-4
pp.13-18
WPT
(2nd)
2017-12-09
- 2017-12-11
Overseas National University of Singapore(AWPT2017) High-Efficiency Microwave Rectifying Circuits with Extended Dynamic Range
Pengde Wu, Kama Huang, Changjun Liu (Sichuan Univ.)
In this paper, a microwave rectifier based on elimination of input filter is proposed to operate in a wide range of inpu... [more]
WPT, EMCJ
(Joint)
2017-11-21
13:25
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Circuit Modeling of a Wireless Power Transfer System by the Impedance Expansion Method
Nozomi Haga (Gunma Univ.), Masaharu Takahashi (Chiba Univ.) WPT2017-48
The impedance expansion method (IEM), which was previously proposed by the authors, is a circuit-modeling technique for ... [more] WPT2017-48
pp.21-26
MW 2017-11-10
10:40
Okinawa Miyakojima Marin Terminal Bldg. Topology maps for power dissipation minimization in LC matching circuits
Naoki Sakai, Kyohei Yamada, Takashi Ohira (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.) MW2017-131
Power dissipation in LC matching circuits is one problem for wireless high-power transfer system.
This paper presents ... [more]
MW2017-131
pp.105-110
EE, WPT, IEE-SPC [detail] 2017-07-27
09:30
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. [Invited Lecture] 6.78-MHz Current Doubler Rectifier with High-Q Inductor
Kyohei Yamada (TUT) EE2017-10 WPT2017-15
This technical report talks about prototyping of a 6.78-MHz current doubler rectifier in which an inductor with high unl... [more] EE2017-10 WPT2017-15
pp.1-4
MW, ED 2017-01-27
11:20
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. An X-band Low Loss/High Power SPST Switch Using GaN on Si
Ryota Komaru, Masatake Hangai, Kazuhiko Nakahara, Hiroyuki Okazaki, Koji Yamanaka (Mitsubishi Electric) ED2016-106 MW2016-182
An X-band low loss and high power switch using GaN on Si has been developed. The high power switch utilized asymmetric c... [more] ED2016-106 MW2016-182
pp.53-56
AP, WPT
(Joint)
2017-01-19
11:10
Hiroshima Hiroshima Institute of Technology Basic Study on Circuit Topology for High Efficiency Wireless Power Transfer through Metal Wall
Mai Otsuka, Takehiro Imura, Hiroshi Fujimoto, Yoichi Hori (UTokyo) WPT2016-48
The aim of this research is feeding power wirelessly to the sensor surrounded by the metal wall. Various circuit configu... [more] WPT2016-48
pp.33-38
MW 2016-12-16
16:00
Kanagawa National Defense Academy Two Topologies of Quarter-Wave-Line Inserted Resistance Compression Rectifier -- Shunt-Shunt Topology and Series-Series Topology --
Shinji Abe, Kyohei Yamada, Naoki Sakai, Takashi Ohira (TUT) MW2016-169
In order to supply power active DC load such as motor and battery with wireless power transfer, we proposed quarter-wave... [more] MW2016-169
pp.211-214
EE, WPT
(Joint)
2016-10-07
11:20
Kyoto   Experimental Evaluations of Thinned-out and PDM Controlled Class-E Rectifier
Akane Iwasaki, Tomoharu Nagashima, Hiroo Sekiya (Chiba Univ.) EE2016-26
This paper presents a design of the closed-loop thinned-out controlled class-E rectifier. It is possible to realize both... [more] EE2016-26
pp.43-48
WPT 2016-06-03
13:30
Tokyo Tokyo University Relation between Magnetic Flux and Magnetic Resonant Coupling
Takehiro Imura (The Univ. of Tokyo) WPT2016-9
Nowadays, the expectations for wireless power transfer via magnetic resonant coupling are increasing. Recently, the cond... [more] WPT2016-9
pp.1-4
EMCJ, IEE-EMC, IEE-MAG 2016-06-02
11:30
Overseas NTU, Taiwan An absorptive balanced bandpass filter based on slot couple lines
Siou Huei Yang, Yang Chih Huang, Ting Yi Lin (NTU) EMCJ2016-22
A novel balanced bandpass filter is proposed. A couple line topology with slot line loading is used for the second order... [more] EMCJ2016-22
p.17
EE, CPM 2015-02-27
10:00
Tokyo NTT Musashino R&D Center Loss Analysis of Surge Energy Regeneration Switching Power Supply Using Two Swiches
Tomofumi Yamashita (RICOH), Masahito Shoyama, Kewei Shi, Shun Ida (Kyushu Univ.) EE2014-41 CPM2014-155
In recent years, with the depletion of fossil reserves and the increase in pollution, to achieve a high power density an... [more] EE2014-41 CPM2014-155
pp.1-6
AP, WPT
(Joint)
2014-10-15
15:45
Hokkaido Hokkaido University, Clark Memorial Student Center Efficiency of Rectify Circuit with Matching Circuit for Wireless Power Transfer
Satoshi Suzuki, Shinji Abe, Qiaowei Yuan (SNCT) WPT2014-37
Rectifying efficiency is extremely important parameter in Wireless Power Transfer system.
Rectifier’s efficiency is aff... [more]
WPT2014-37
pp.11-14
MW, SCE, WPT 2014-04-18
15:50
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Design and Analysis of High Efficiency Rectifier with High Impedance Matching Circuit
Hiroto Sakaki, Hitoshi Shimamura, Fumito Kuroiwa, Kenjiro Nishikawa (Kagoshima Univ.) WPT2014-22 SCE2014-22 MW2014-22
Recently, Wireless Power Transmission (WPT) has been demand for next generation power transmission systems. WPT can be c... [more] WPT2014-22 SCE2014-22 MW2014-22
pp.115-120
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