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wireless mobile charger
Transcript of wireless mobile charger
PROJECT SUPERVISOR :
Brig Dr Ashraf Masood (Retd)
NC Sunnia Malik
NC Amna Hanif
NC Muhammad Haris
Frequent need for power
Different chargers for different phones
User is confined near the switch
Wireless charger range is limited
Microcontroller Rs 100-200
Capacitors Rs 20-30
Inductors Rs 20-30
Schottky diodes Rs 280-300
Antenna Rs 200-500
Rogers RT duroid 5880 substrate $100-150
Max682 IC charge pump Rs 20-30
HFSS Antenna design software
Proteus (or any other PCB design software)
SPECIFICATIONS AND DELIVERABLES OF THE PROJECT
To develop a device that can charge mobile devices wirelessly up to a range of
, irrespective of their power requirements
1. Designing of Antennas
2. Transmitter and Receiver system designing
3. Hardware Implementation
5. End Product
The device will be charged even if it is in the hand or pocket of a person. We are increasing the distance of charging from a few millimeters as done in the past to meters range.
The transmitter will remain fixed while the receiver will be attached to the mobile device.
Radio frequency communication in the microwave S-band.
It can be placed in homes.
It can be placed inside restaurants and cafes.
It can be used in offices and organizations.
It can be used in a car to charge devices.
The deliverables will include a transmitter which can be mounted on the wall of the room, just like a wifi router. It will transmit the electromagnetic waves. The receiver will be placed in between the battery and the back cover of the mobile device. It will receive the electromagnetic waves to charge the mobile device. The distance between the transmitter and the receiver will be within few meters giving the person freedom to place the mobile anywhere or use it while it is getting charged.