Design and Implementation of Low-Profile Contactless Battery Charger Using Planar Printed Circuit Board Windings as Energy Transfer Device

  • Choi B
  • Nho J
  • Cha H
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This paper paper presents the practical details involved in the design and implementation of a contactless battery charger that employs a pair of neighboring printed circuit board (PCB) windings as a contactless energy transfer device. A prototype contactless battery charger developed for application with cellular phones is used as an example to address the design considerations for the PCB windings and energy transfer circuit, plus demonstrates the performance of the contactless charger adapted to a practical application system.

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  • Contactless battery charger for cellular phones
  • Contactless energy transfer
  • Coupled printed circuit board (PCB) windings

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  • Byungcho Choi

  • Jaehyun Nho

  • Honnyong Cha

  • Taeyoung Ahn

  • Seungwon Choi

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