Impact of Coil Misalignment in Data Transmission over the Inductive Link of an EV Wireless Charger
AbstractThe penetration rate of electric vehicles (EVs) will experience a relative increment in the future, so easy to use ways to recharge will be demanded. In this sense, wireless charging represents a safe charging method that minimises user intervention. In a similar way to conductive charge, wireless charging requires some information exchange between the charger primary side and secondary side (battery) for safety and operational reasons. Thus, wireless chargers depend on a communication system for their controlled and correct operation. This paper analysed the communication performance of a wireless EV charger in which the communiction device is part of the wireless power transfer system. Particularly, this work studies how the communication system reacts to power coil displacements, which commonly occur in their conventional performance. The results show that the compensation topology selected to ensure the resonant operation clearly impacts on the communication performance. In particular, the theoretical model and the simulation results demonstrate that the asymmetrical compensation topologies are more stable in terms of the wireless communication channel capacity. View Full-Text
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Triviño-Cabrera, A.; Lin, Z.; Aguado, J.A. Impact of Coil Misalignment in Data Transmission over the Inductive Link of an EV Wireless Charger. Energies 2018, 11, 538.
Triviño-Cabrera A, Lin Z, Aguado JA. Impact of Coil Misalignment in Data Transmission over the Inductive Link of an EV Wireless Charger. Energies. 2018; 11(3):538.Chicago/Turabian Style
Triviño-Cabrera, Alicia; Lin, Zhengyu; Aguado, José A. 2018. "Impact of Coil Misalignment in Data Transmission over the Inductive Link of an EV Wireless Charger." Energies 11, no. 3: 538.
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