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Serge R Lafontaine, Ian W Hunter: Nonlinear system identification for optimization of wireless power transfer. Nucleus Scientific, Occhiuti & Rohlicek, August 29, 2017: US09746506 (2 worldwide citation)

A method of detecting whether a receiver coil is near a transmit coil in a wireless power transfer system (WPTS), the method involving: applying a pseudo-random signal to the transmit coil; while the pseudo-random signal is being applied to the transmit coil, recording one or more signals produced w ...


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Ian Hunter, Serge R Lafontaine: Apparatus and method for rapidly charging batteries. Nucleus Scientific, Sunstein Kann Murphy & Timbers, July 19, 2016: US09397516

An apparatus and methods for ultra-fast charging one or more batteries, including, for example, lithium ion batteries. A charging current is determined by optimization of a model based on functions of a set of internal state variables associated with a battery, and a set of model parameters or nonpa ...


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Serge R Lafontaine, Ian W Hunter: Nonlinear system identification for object detection in a wireless power transfer system. Nucleus Scientific, Occhiuti & Rohlicek, May 29, 2018: US09983243

A method of detecting whether a foreign object is near a transmit coil in a wireless power transfer system (WPTS), the method involving: applying a pseudo-random signal to the transmit coil; while the pseudo-random signal is being applied to the transmit coil, recording one or more signals produced ...


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Serge R Lafontaine, Ian W Hunter: Nonlinear system identification for optimization of wireless power transfer. Nucleus Scientific, Occhiuti & Rohlicek, August 8, 2017: US09726701

A method of detecting whether a receiver coil is near a transmit coil in a wireless power transfer system (WPTS), the method involving: applying a pseudo-random signal to the transmit coil; while the pseudo-random signal is being applied to the transmit coil, recording one or more signals produced w ...


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Ian W Hunter, Serge R Lafontaine, Brian D Hemond, Adam Wahab: Instrumented super-cell. Nucleus Scientific, Occhiuti & Rohlicek, April 24, 2018: US09954384

An energy storage system for use with an external device including: an energy storage cell; a microcontroller; an internal communication bus; an interface including two power terminals and a communications port electrically connected to the internal communication bus; power conversion circuitry for ...


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HUNTER Ian, LAFONTAINE Serge R: APPAREIL ET PROCÉDÉ DE CHARGEMENT RAPIDE DE BATTERIES, APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR RAPIDLY CHARGING BATTERIES. NUCLEUS SCIENTIFIC, HUNTER Ian, LAFONTAINE Serge R, SUNSTEIN Bruce D, April 26, 2012: WO/2012/054864

An apparatus and methods for ultra-fast charging one or more batteries, including, for example, lithium ion batteries. A charging current is determined by optimization of a model based on functions of a set of internal state variables associated with a battery, and a set of model parameters or nonpa ...


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Ian Hunter, Serge R Lafontaine: Apparatus and Method for Rapidly Charging Batteries. Nucleus Scientific, April 26, 2012: US20120098481-A1

An apparatus and methods for ultra-fast charging one or more batteries, including, for example, lithium ion batteries. A charging current is determined by optimization of a model based on functions of a set of internal state variables associated with a battery, and a set of model parameters or nonpa ...


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NONLINEAR SYSTEM IDENTIFICATION FOR OPTIMIZATION OF WIRELESS POWER TRANSFER. November 9, 2017: US20170322243-A1

A method of detecting whether a receiver coil is near a transmit coil in a wireless power transfer system (WPTS), the method involving: applying a pseudo-random signal to the transmit coil; while the pseudo-random signal is being applied to the transmit coil, recording one or more signals produced w ...


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HUNTER IAN, LAFONTAINE SERGE R: APPAREIL ET PROCEDE DE CHARGEMENT RAPIDE DE BATTERIES, APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR RAPIDLY CHARGING BATTERIES. NUCLEUS SCIENTIFIC, NUCLEUS SCIENTIFIC, GOWLING WLG, October 9, 2018: CA2815218

An apparatus and methods for ultra-fast charging one or more batteries, including, for example, lithium ion batteries. A charging current is determined by optimization of a model based on functions of a set of internal state variables associated with a battery, and a set of model parameters or nonpa ...