Wireless Charging Gets Power And Efficiency Boosts (.PDF Download)

Inductive technology is making rapid inroads into wireless charging, serving anything from the passenger buses currently running in the UK city of Milton Keynes to mobile phones. Inductive charging is based on the principles of...

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