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Murata Announces Wireless Power Transmission Using 'Direct Current Resonance': Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd dev...

Murata Announces Wireless Power Transmission Using 'Direct Current Resonance': Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd dev...

Murata Announces Wireless Power Transmission Using 'Direct Current Resonance' Mar 29, 2013 13:28 Mami Akasaka, Tech-On! A resonance field being formed by using DC electricity from a photovoltaic battery (photo courtesy of Murata Manufacturing) Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd developed the "direct current resonance" method as a new technology for wireless power transmission. The direct current resonance method converts direct-current (DC) electrical energy into electromagnetic field energy and transmits electricity by using a physical phenomenon called "electromagnetic resonance field." Murata has been engaged in the development of the new technology based on a research on the "magnetic resonance" method, which the company announced at an international academic conference in 1994, in cooperation with Doshisha University since 2009. For the future, it aims to commercialize the t...

Full article: http://techon.nikkeibp.co.jp/english/NEWS_EN/20130329/273...

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