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Gavin Melville:
http://www.electronicdesign.com/power/11-myths-about-wireless-power

Myth no. 2 is just awesome.  :palm: :bullshit:

vk6zgo:

--- Quote from: Gavin Melville on October 21, 2017, 10:15:53 pm ---http://www.electronicdesign.com/power/11-myths-about-wireless-power

Myth no. 2 is just awesome.  :palm: :bullshit:

--- End quote ---

The myth or the bullshit answer?

T3sl4co1l:
What do you expect from,
1. The founder of a wireless power company,
2. Numerous poorly-constructed straw men, appeals to authority, and other dubious arguments, and
3. An e-mag that desperately wants more copy to sell ads on top of?

Tim

Mjolinor:

Got to love his arithmetic and logic.

Charging one phone from a wall wart is 14%,if you use it to charge two phones it halves to 7%.

So charging 1000 phones from one wall wart obviously you would be into negative efficiency, is that an over unity machine, I had better email him, he is sure to know.

schmitt trigger:
"It will bounce off walls, floors, and ceilings to reach the transmitter."

Has he heard about absorption and attenuation of the waves?
What about multipath reception, which could result in signal cancellation?

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