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WIRELESS ELECTRICITY|
THE FUTURE OF ELECTRICITY|
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ODOGUN CLINTON OBARO|
3/15/2012|

Contents
PICTURE COVER3
I. INTRODUCTION5
II. PROCESS BEHIND WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY?5
2.1 RESONANCE MAGNETIC FIELD5
2.2 MICROWAVE POWER TRANSMISSION (MPT)5
III. EXPERIMENT6
IV. HOW SAFE IS WIRELESS ELECTRICITY?6
V. MERITS, DEMERITS AND ECONOMIC IMPACT6
5.1 MERITS6
5.2 DEMERITS6
5.3 ECONOMIC IMPACT6
VI. BIOLOGICAL BREAKTHROUGH7
VII. CONCLUSION7
VIII. REFERENCES7

PICTURE COVER

Fig 2.1 A copper coil
Fig 2.1 A copper coil
Fig 2.1 An example of Copper coil transmission.
Fig 2.1 An example of Copper coil transmission.

Fig I. Nikola Tesla wireless electricity tower.
Fig I. Nikola Tesla wireless electricity tower.
Fig VI. Medical implanted device (heart)
Fig VI. Medical implanted device (heart)

Fig 2.2 Microwave power transmission
Fig 2.2 Microwave power transmission

I. INTRODUCTION
The 21th Century is a technological age full of autonomous electronics which means that our everyday life depends on electricity. Most of these appliances like laptops, cell-phones, house-hold and industrial robots which depend mainly on electricity or chemical energy storage (Batteries) regularly which creates a rise in the need for electrical power to keep them running. In this present day it was discovered that more than half of electricity resource is being wasted during transmission of power to the consumers. During transmission 30% of electricity is being loss as a result of the resistance of the wire. It has always been a problem in the power sector with does not make it 100% efficient. The need for a more efficient way to transmit power to consumers was need until researcher came up with the wireless electricity. The wireless electricity is the transmission of electrical power from one point to another without wires. II. PROCESS...
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