A Novel Technique to enhance the Received Signal Strength through Passive Reﬂecting Walls for Wireless Power Transfer (WPT)
Electromagnetic reﬂections can alter the RF signal strength at the receiving node. This
alteration could result in the enhancement of the received signal. The work is primarily based upon passive
reﬂecting walls and their effect on the received signal strength under various operating conditions. The
work could further be utilized for energy harvesting purposes for the mobile phone charging applications.
The operational frequency range in this research is from 469:5MHz to 773:5MHz. The results show
substantial enhancement in the RSS (received signal strength) using such passive reﬂecting walls.
The data has been uploaded in the jpg graphs obtained from the observations from the experimental setup.
- FIGURE 12: Observations for the Yagi Uda Antenna. Fig12.jpg (171.57 kB)
- FIGURE 13: Observations for the Folded Dipole Antenna. Fig13.jpg (272.34 kB)
- FIGURE 14: Observations for the Rhombus Antenna. Fig14.jpg (164.73 kB)
- FIGURE 15: Observations for the Phase Array Antenna. Fig15.jpg (156.69 kB)
- FIGURE 16: Observations for the Broadside Array Antenna. Fig16.jpg (160.51 kB)
- FIGURE 17: Observations for the Cutparabola Antenna. Fig17.jpg (158.64 kB)
- FIGURE 18: Observations for the Zeppelin Antenna. Fig18.jpg (151.64 kB)
- FIGURE 19: Observations for the Loop Antenna. Fig19.jpg (160.66 kB)