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--- Quote from: Magoku on June 13, 2023, 02:34:33 am --- :-// Thanks for reply Conrad Hoffman, but i think its simplicity as i think it seems logical. Amplitude is the way to transfer energy not microwaves, there is supression throughout microwave and i dont trust it because is is allot harder to tune to with lots more than needed to come from it for me that over doing it and im not a stress head. I like the simply Inventors key that allows for the best in life not wanting any false beleif too by the meaning that so many failure is what leads people to things that don't work in the field of not trying enough at the base and thus forth going and endorsing in it all that is so half a baked idea and not fully learnt ones at that. |O

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Dodgy blah. Mod, please move to "dodgy"?

So: Just introduce the solution you want to use, and the forum will tell you if it's going to work or not.
Otherwise, just to shorten the discussion, there is no easy-to-implement wireless power transfer over long distances with very low losses. Point.
(And if you don't trust me there: Your fridge uses about the amount of power. And even if the power transfer disctance is only a couple of meters, it's not wireless. I wonder why.)


--- Quote from: Magoku on June 10, 2023, 09:42:14 am ---I want to understand the concept of electricity into physical energy through the target of 10 meters and to which the requirement of this

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--- Quote from: Magoku on June 12, 2023, 03:42:01 am ---i dont think it is that hard to do.

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If as you say, you don't understand the concept, how would you know it is not hard to do?


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