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Wireless Power Transfer Efficiency Test with ENA Series Network Analyzers

Key factor in designing wireless power transfer (WPT) devices is the performance of the power transfer efficiency between coupled coils and resonators. Consequently, the ability to characterize these components and measure power transfer efficiency in real-time is paramount.

Keysight’s new WPT analysis option (Option 006) for E5072A/E5061B/E5063A ENA Series network analyzers provides the capability with its arbitrary load impedance setting. Advanced 2D/3D simulation visualizes the dependency of load impedance to help engineers characterize WPT components more efficiently.

Key Features

  • Wireless power transfer efficiency measurements with arbitrary load impedance setting
  • Measurements in real-time
  • Advanced 2D/3D simulation
  • Network analysis data output for further circuit modeling and simulation in Keysight ADS simulator

With each model having unique hardware features, ENA series network analyzers offer comprehensive solutions to characterize and measure components in wireless power transfer systems from R&D to manufacturing. To learn more, please refer to related literatures or web-sites.

Documents & Downloads

Wireless Power Transfer Analysis with Keysight ENA Series Network Analyzers - Flyer 
This two-page flyer summarizes benefits of option 006 wireless power transfer analysis solution available in Keysight E5072A/E5061B/E5063A ENA series network analyzers

Promotional Materials 2015-09-01

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Characterizing Passive Components in Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) Systems - Application Note 
This app note describes passive components used in wireless power transfer systems and their requirements as well as measurement solutions using Keysight network analyzers and impedance analyzers.

Application Note 2015-07-16