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Karalis Aristeidis, Kurs Andre B, Moffatt Robert, Joannopoulos John D, Fisher Peter H: Wireless energy transfer. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Karalis Aristeidis, Kurs Andre B, Moffatt Robert, Joannopoulos John D, Fisher Peter H, Soljacic Marin, WEFERS Marc, October 2, 2008: WO/2008/118178 (263 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an apparatus for use in wireless energy transfer, which includes a first resonator structure configured to transfer energy non-radiatively with a second resonator structure over a distance greater than a characteristic size of the second resonator structure. The non-radiative energy tra ...


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Joannopoulos John D, Karalis Arsteidis, Solajacic Marin: Wireless non-radiative energy transfer. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Joannopoulos John D, Karalis Arsteidis, Solajacic Marin, WEFERS Marc M, January 18, 2007: WO/2007/008646 (223 worldwide citation)

The electromagnetic energy transfer device includes a first resonator structure receiving energy from an external power supply. The first resonator structure has a first Q-factor. A second resonator structure is positioned distal from the first resonator structure, and supplies useful working power ...


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Karalis Aristeidis, Hamam Rafif E, Joannopoulos John D, Soljacic Marin: Wireless energy transfer, including interference enhancement. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Karalis Aristeidis, Hamam Rafif E, Joannopoulos John D, Soljacic Marin, Wefers Marc M, November 19, 2009: WO/2009/140506 (151 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an apparatus for use in wireless energy transfer, which includes a first resonator structure configured for energy transfer with a second resonator structure over a distance D larger than characteristic sizes, [insert formula] and [insert formula], of the first and second resonator stru ...


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Joannopoulos John D, Karalis Arsteidis, Solajacic Marin: Wireless non-radiative energy transfer. Massachusetts Inst Technology, March 26, 2008: EP1902505-A2 (97 worldwide citation)

The electromagnetic energy transfer device includes a first resonator structure receiving energy from an external power supply. The first resonator structure has a first Q-factor. A second resonator structure is positioned distal from the first resonator structure, and supplies useful working power ...


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JOANNOPOULOS JOHN D, KARALIS ARISTEIDIS, SOLJACIC MARIN: TRANSFERT DENERGIE NON RADIATIF SANS FIL, WIRELESS NON-RADIATIVE ENERGY TRANSFER. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, SMART & BIGGAR, November 4, 2014: CA2615123 (93 worldwide citation)

The electromagnetic energy transfer device includes a first resonator structure receiving energy from an external power supply. The first resonator structure has a first Q-factor. A second resonator structure is positioned distal from the first resonator structure, and supplies useful working power ...


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KARALIS ARISTEIDIS, KURS ANDRE B, MOFFATT ROBERT, JOANNOPOULOS JOHN D, FISHER PETER H, SOLJACIC MARIN: TRANSFERT DENERGIE SANS FIL, WIRELESS ENERGY TRANSFER. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, SMART & BIGGAR, August 16, 2016: CA2682284 (31 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an apparatus for use in wireless energy transfer, which includes a first resonator structure configured to transfer energy non-radiatively with a second resonator structure over a distance greater than a characteristic size of the second resonator structure. The non-radiative energy tra ...


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Benoit Gilles, Fink Yoel, Joannopoulos John D, Hart Shandon, Temelkuran Burak: High power low-loss fiber waveguide. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Benoit Gilles, Fink Yoel, Joannopoulos John D, Hart Shandon, Temelkuran Burak, FEIGENBAUM David L, June 24, 2004: WO/2004/052078 (20 worldwide citation)

In general, in one aspect, the invention features an article including a high-power, low-loss fiber waveguide (100) that includes alternating layers of different dielectric materials (130, 140) surrounding a core (120) extending along a waveguide axis (199), the different dielectric materials includ ...


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Bayindir Mehmet, Sorin Fabien, Saygin, Hinczewski Dursen, Hart Shandon D, Fink Yoel, Joannopoulos John D: Optoelectronic fiber codrawn from conducting, semiconducting, and insulating materials. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Bayindir Mehmet, Sorin Fabien, Saygin, Hinczewski Dursen, Hart Shandon D, Fink Yoel, Joannopoulos John D, LOBER Theresa A, June 2, 2005: WO/2005/049513 (4 worldwide citation)

The invention provides techniques for drawing fibers that include conducting, semiconducting, and insulating materials in intimate contact and prescribed geometries. The resulting fiber exhibits engineered electrical and optical functionalities along extended fiber lengths. The invention provides co ...


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HAMAM Rafif E, BERMEL Peter, CELANOVIC Ivan, SOLJACIC Marin, YENG Adrian Y X, GHEBREBRHAN Michael, JOANNOPOULOS John D: Différenciation entre des rayonnements électromagnétiques sur la base de langle dincidence, Discriminating electromagnetic radiation based on angle of incidence. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, HAMAM Rafif E, BERMEL Peter, CELANOVIC Ivan, SOLJACIC Marin, YENG Adrian Y X, GHEBREBRHAN Michael, JOANNOPOULOS John D, OYER Timothy J, January 26, 2012: WO/2012/012450 (3 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides systems, articles, and methods for discriminating electromagnetic radiation based upon the angle of incidence of the electromagnetic radiation. In some cases, the materials and systems described herein can be capable of inhibiting reflection of electromagnetic radiatio ...