Novel Technique for Wireless Power Transmission using ISM Band RF Energy Harvesting for Charging Application

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Volume-39 Number-2
Year of Publication : 2016
Authors : Namrata Panda, Shailesh M Deshmukh
DOI :  10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V39P211


Namrata Panda, Shailesh M Deshmukh"Novel Technique for Wireless Power Transmission using ISM Band RF Energy Harvesting for Charging Application", International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT), V39(2),63-69 September 2016. ISSN:2231-5381. published by seventh sense research group

In current era everyone using the wireless technology according to wireless technology there is no need of wire connection, but still power transmission for low power device we are using wired device. As we know for every low power device continuous power supply is very important issue so there is need of wireless power transmission system. Through this system we can charge our battery by wireless power. Many researchers are performing several analyses about the energy harvesting circuit of wireless power system. In this paper, such approach was also performed, with radio frequencies used as input power of energy harvesting circuit low power devices. RF energy harvesting concept is not new but this system will not able to harvest a minute amount of energy which is not sufficient for low power devices. In this work, we present an new approach for generation of wireless energy using of ISM band (2.4GHz) with multiple stage of voltage multiplier. Advanced design system (ADS) simulator was used to design a multiple -stage voltage multiplier RF energy harvesting circuit Here our target distance is between 3-5m between transmitter and receiver antenna. We can also control the output voltage using of voltage regulator, according to connecting system we can set the certain range of voltage. In this work we are using Agilent HSMS-2860 Rf diode. The proposed system can be used to power low power devices like mobile, mp3 player, digital camera, laptop etc.


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