resonant coupling

resonant coupling

[′res·ən·ənt ′kəp·liŋ]
(electricity)
Coupling between two circuits that reaches a sharp peak at a certain frequency.
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Resonant coupling occurs when specially designed magnetic "resonators", consisting of a transmitter module and a receiver module, share the same resonant frequency.
The researchers demonstrated that the collective oscillations of charge carriers in the material --known as graphene plasmons --are capable of boosting the sensitivity of mid-infrared wavelength detection by making use of the resonant coupling between mid-infrared light and the plasmons.
Similarly, to minimise resonant coupling to the electric field, the length of each element is made less than half a wavelength for surface waves on wire immersed in tissue.
In [8], researchers in Massachusetts Institute of Technology presented wireless energy transmission via strong magnetic resonant coupling with experimental demonstration.
Hori, "Impedance matching and power division using impedance inverter for wireless power transfer via magnetic resonant coupling," IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, vol.
As shown in Figure 1(a), the proposed wireless power transfer (WPT) system utilizes the magnetic resonant coupling. The key elements of designing such a system are the compensation capacitors that are used to achieve resonant coupling between the large transmitter resonator coils and the small receiver resonator coils.
WPT systems are classified into three areas according to frequency range, quality factor of the WPT network, method of transferring the energy, and other factors: use of inductive coupling, resonant coupling, and radiative transmission [3].
In the current study, the researchers used hybrid metal/semiconductor nanostructures developed through this process to experimentally demonstrate "tunable resonant coupling" between a plasmon (from metal core) and an exciton (from semiconductor shell), with a resulting enhancement of the Optical Stark Effect.
For the modification, the resonant coupling circuit is equivalently replaced by a fixed coupling capacitor [C.sub.c] at the center frequency [f.sub.o].
Moreover, it has an excellent performance and simpler resonant coupling topology with less lumped elements (varactor diodes and dc blocking capacitances).
Resonant coupling WPT is based on the magnetic resonance theory and is a non-radiant WPT method which relies mainly on near field resonant coupling.
Lee, "Experimental results of high-efficiency resonant coupling wireless power transfer using a variable coupling method," IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters, Vol.