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Wireless power transmission (WPT) is an emerging technology that is gaining increased visibility in recent years. Efficient WPT circuits, systems and strategies can address a large group of applications spanning from batteryless systems, battery-free sensors, passive RF identification, near-field communications, and many others. WPT is a fundamental enabling technology of the Internet of Things concept, as well as machine-to-machine communications, since it minimizes the use of batteries and eliminates wired power connections. WPT technology brings together RF and dc circuit and system designers with different backgrounds on circuit design, novel materials and applications, and regulatory issues, forming a cross disciplinary team in order to achieve an efficient transmission of power over the air interface. This paper aims to present WPT technology in an integrated way, addressing state-of-the-art and challenges, and to discuss future R&D perspectives summarizing recent activities in Europe.
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SYSTEM, TECHNOLOGY, DESIGN, CHARGING PLATFORM, WEARABLE TEXTILE ANTENNA, OPTIMIZATION, EFFICIENCY, COMMUNICATION, wireless power transmission (WPT), RF identification (RFID), rectenna, power management, machine-to-machine (M2M) communication, Internet of Things (IoT), inductive power transfer (IPT), energy harvesting, Computer-aided design (CAD) techniques, INTEGRATION, FIREFIGHTERS

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Carvalho, Nuno Borges, Apostolos Georgiadis, Alessandra Costanzo, Hendrik Rogier, Ana Collado, José Angel García, Stepan Lucyszyn, et al. 2014. “Wireless Power Transmission: R&D Activities Within Europe.” Ieee Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques 62 (4): 1031–1045.
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Carvalho, N. B., Georgiadis, A., Costanzo, A., Rogier, H., Collado, A., García, J. A., Lucyszyn, S., et al. (2014). Wireless power transmission: R&D activities within Europe. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES, 62(4), 1031–1045.
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Carvalho NB, Georgiadis A, Costanzo A, Rogier H, Collado A, García JA, et al. Wireless power transmission: R&D activities within Europe. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES. 2014;62(4):1031–45.
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Carvalho, Nuno Borges, Apostolos Georgiadis, Alessandra Costanzo, et al. “Wireless Power Transmission: R&D Activities Within Europe.” IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES 62.4 (2014): 1031–1045. Print.
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  abstract     = {Wireless power transmission (WPT) is an emerging technology that is gaining increased visibility in recent years. Efficient WPT circuits, systems and strategies can address a large group of applications spanning from batteryless systems, battery-free sensors, passive RF identification, near-field communications, and many others. WPT is a fundamental enabling technology of the Internet of Things concept, as well as machine-to-machine communications, since it minimizes the use of batteries and eliminates wired power connections. WPT technology brings together RF and dc circuit and system designers with different backgrounds on circuit design, novel materials and applications, and regulatory issues, forming a cross disciplinary team in order to achieve an efficient transmission of power over the air interface. This paper aims to present WPT technology in an integrated way, addressing state-of-the-art and challenges, and to discuss future R\&D perspectives summarizing recent activities in Europe.},
  author       = {Carvalho, Nuno Borges and Georgiadis, Apostolos and Costanzo, Alessandra and Rogier, Hendrik and Collado, Ana and Garc{\'i}a, Jos{\'e} Angel and Lucyszyn, Stepan and Mezzanotte, Paolo and Kracek, Jan and Masotti, Diego and Boaventura, Al{\'i}rio J Soares and Lav{\'i}n, Mar{\'i}a de las Nieves Ru{\'i}z and Pi{\~n}uela, Manuel and Yates, David C and Mitcheson, Paul D and Mazanek, Milos and Pankrac, Vitezslav},
  issn         = {0018-9480},
  journal      = {IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES},
  keyword      = {SYSTEM,TECHNOLOGY,DESIGN,CHARGING PLATFORM,WEARABLE TEXTILE ANTENNA,OPTIMIZATION,EFFICIENCY,COMMUNICATION,wireless power transmission (WPT),RF identification (RFID),rectenna,power management,machine-to-machine (M2M) communication,Internet of Things (IoT),inductive power transfer (IPT),energy harvesting,Computer-aided design (CAD) techniques,INTEGRATION,FIREFIGHTERS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {1031--1045},
  title        = {Wireless power transmission: R\&D activities within Europe},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TMTT.2014.2303420},
  volume       = {62},
  year         = {2014},
}

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