Today, various ways of wireless power transfer are subject to constant development. Current projects worldwide are based on classical electromagnetism: energy is transferred by traveling waves. The voltage and the current are in phase and the power is transferred due to a difference of potentials. Such approach has certain limitations: limited transfer distance, low average efficiency, need for precise X-Y-Z alignment of transfer and receiving coils.
We have been experimenting with various electric wave interference patterns for many years. Our initial approach was based on the works of Nikola Tesla and other scientists who have demonstrated wireless energy transfer by standing waves. However, Tesla didn’t manage to commercialise his ideas and his tests were considered a sort of a «show».
Power transfer by standing waves is considered impractical in classical electromagnetism. A common belief is that when a standing wave occurs within an electric system, the efficiency of the electricity transfer decreases substantially. We dared to go beyond the classical approach and have proved that power transfer by standing waves is possible.