27 February 2017 Establishing optimal power transmission path by the receiver based on the received signal strength with multiple transmitters and receivers
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This paper presents the design and simulation of Laser power beaming (LPB) system that establishes an optimal power transmission path based on the received signal strength. LPB system is possible to transfer power from multiple transmitters to a single receiver to the characteristics of the laser and the solar panel. When the laser beam from multiple transmitters aimed at a solar panel at the same time, the received power is the sum of all energy at a solar panel. Our proposed LPB system consists of multiple transmitter and multiple receivers. The transmitter sends its power characteristics as optically modulated pulses and powers as high-intensity laser beams. Using the attenuated power level, the receiver can estimate the maximum receivable powers from the transmitters and select optimal transmitters. Throughout the simulation, we will verify that it is possible that different LPB receivers were achieved their required power by the optimal allocation of the transmitter among the different transmitters.
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Jeongsook Eom, Gunzung Kim, Yongwan Park, "Establishing optimal power transmission path by the receiver based on the received signal strength with multiple transmitters and receivers", Proc. SPIE 10084, High Power Lasers for Fusion Research IV, 100840B (27 February 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2251190; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2251190
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