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Unplugging the Future of Technology

Finding an efficient method of wirelessly transmitting power between a source and a device has long been an aim of the electronics industry. The concept is not a new one – and was shown to be possible very early on in the history of electrical engineering. In 1891, the developer of the alternating current supply system (AC), Nikola Tesla demonstrated wireless energy transfer to power an electronic device, based on principles of electromagnetic induction developed by Michael Faraday in the 1830s. And then in 1893 Tesla demonstrated wirelessly illuminating a lamp at an Exposition in Chicago.

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