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The electric car project by auto industries have been revolutionizing to have a better and more reliable electric car.
While Tesla is making moves to build a charging stations at strategic points, a team of researchers from Stanford have developed a wireless transfer system based on magnetic resonance coupling technology which was first developed in 2007 at MIT.
The wireless transfer system will enable electric cars charge while on the move.
According to the team of researchers, they published a research that they were able to transmit electricity to an LED lightbulb, which uses a tiny one milliwatt charge, as it moved over a distance.
They believe that if they tweak the system and improve the efficiency, it could charge an electric car which requires tens of kilowatts to operate.
Dr Shanhui Fan said: ‘We were able to construct a wireless power transfer system, where high efficiency can be maintained when transferring power to a moving object.
‘Our advancement could be useful whenever wireless power transfer to a mobile device or vehicle is desired.
‘But for power transfer to vehicles, one would need to significant increase the power that is transferred.
‘We are interested in extending this concept to configurations involving multiple sources and receivers, with the aim of achieving robust wireless power transfer over a broad area.’

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