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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Challenging Issues In Wire Less Power Transmission Methods A Survey

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Paramanand. S. Patil, Satyanarayan. K. Padaganur,



Wireless power transfer (WPT), near field, far field, Microwave power transfer(MPT),power beaming.resonanat Inductive coupling



In this paper we review the potential challenges of the different Wireless power transfer methodologies. The Research of wireless power transfer started in the year 1891 by Nicolas tesla father of wireless power transfer technology this journey continued till today having a lot of research opportunity and challenges in the field of WPT. we discuss the challenging issues with respect to various parameters of wireless power transfer like Cost of transmission. Biological effect, Environmental hazard, & efficiency become more significant parameter. Depending upon the range of transmission there are mainly two methods of WPT known as far field and near field. we discuss the issues with respect to various types of WPT like inductive coupling, resonant inductive coupling, electrostatic induction, & Microwave power transfer (MPT), laser based power beaming, these methods are based on distance classified as near field and far field wireless power transmission.



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