tell me is practically possible

Discussion in 'Wireless & RF Design' started by dark dagno, Jan 26, 2009.

  1. dark dagno

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    actually my aim to transmit a power signal and thus the Receiver must receive a signal in the in the following range
    voltage= (6-9)v
    ampere = (3-12)mV
    without amplifying the signal
    plz reply.....
     
  2. thingmaker3

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    Power diminishes in proportion to the square of the distance. You ask for 18 to 108 mW power to your receiver. What is your transmitter power output?
     
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  4. studiot

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    This question is timely as there is a move afoot to replace traditional ac adapters with broadcast power.

    The Wireless Power Consortium

    National Semi, Philips, Sanyo, Texas Instruments, Logitech et al

    http://www.wirelesspowerconsortium.com/
     
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  6. thingmaker3

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    From a PM:
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    Transmitting power on the Bluetooth frequencies would jam nearby Bluetooth applications, would it not? This would be inconvenient at the least, and would be illegal in many nations.
     
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