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Wireless Power Transfer Technologies, Applications, and Future Trends: A Review

Alabsi, Aisha; Hawbani, Ammar; Wang, Xingfu; Dubai, Ahmed Al-; Hu, Jiankun; Aziz, Samah Abdel; Kumar, Santosh; Zhao, Liang; Shvetsov, Alexey V.; Alsamhi, Saeed Hamood

Authors

Aisha Alabsi

Ammar Hawbani

Xingfu Wang

Jiankun Hu

Samah Abdel Aziz

Santosh Kumar

Liang Zhao

Alexey V. Shvetsov

Saeed Hamood Alsamhi



Abstract

Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) is a disruptive technology that allows wireless energy provisioning for energy- limited IoT devices, thus decreasing the over-reliance on batteries and wires. WPT could replace conventional energy provisioning (e.g., energy harvesting) and expand for deployment in many of our daily-life applications, including but not limited to healthcare, transportation, automation, and smart cities. As a new rising technology, WPT has attracted many researchers from academia and industry in terms of technologies and charging scheduling within a plethora of services and applications. Thus, in this paper, we review the most recent studies related to WPT, including the classifications, advantages, disadvantages, and main application domains. Furthermore, we review the recently designed wireless charging scheduling algorithms and schemes for wireless sensor networks. Our study provides a detailed survey of wireless charging scheduling schemes covering the main scheme classifications, evaluation metrics, application domains, advantages, and disadvantages of each charging scheme. We further summarize trends and opportunities for applying WPT at some intersections.

Journal Article Type Article
Acceptance Date Mar 18, 2024
Online Publication Date Mar 22, 2024
Deposit Date Mar 19, 2024
Publicly Available Date Mar 22, 2024
Electronic ISSN 2377-3782
Publisher Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
DOI https://doi.org/10.1109/TSUSC.2024.3380607
Keywords wireless power transfer, wireless sensor networks, smart homes, healthcare, industrial, charging schemes
Public URL http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/3569355

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