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how can transmit 220vac wireless

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bluethunder7000

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hi

i want to begin in a research in wireless power transfer and how can trasmitte a 220vac between two point whatever the distance is needed to do this .

i think that it is possible if the 220vac wave ( sine wave) is converted to microwave from transmitted point and converted back to 220vac at reciver point this my idea about this subject

so if there are any one have any ideas or usefull links any one can i talk with him in this subject i will be thanks


thanks agin
 

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wireless transmission results in losses in case of small signal we use amplifiers to overcome this loss if u transmitt AC 220 V what sort of amplifier u would use.
if u did't employ amplifier u have to compromise a lot on power.
 

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Do you want to transfer energy between two points about which Tesla dreamed of?
 

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