2014 IEEE Conference and Expo Transportation Electrification Asia-Pacific (ITEC Asia-Pacific) 2014
DOI: 10.1109/itec-ap.2014.6941027
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“…Detection of misalignment is the important part of the WPT system. In many studies various types of misalignment techniques proposed acoustical positioning [256], optical positioning [257,258] and RFID positioning [259][260][261][262][263][264][265].optical positioning methods are vulnerable to obstacles and effected by the surrounding environment. Acoustical positioning and RFID positioning effected by signal lack of multipath detection and non-line-of-sight.…”
Section: Misalignmentmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Detection of misalignment is the important part of the WPT system. In many studies various types of misalignment techniques proposed acoustical positioning [256], optical positioning [257,258] and RFID positioning [259][260][261][262][263][264][265].optical positioning methods are vulnerable to obstacles and effected by the surrounding environment. Acoustical positioning and RFID positioning effected by signal lack of multipath detection and non-line-of-sight.…”
Section: Misalignmentmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The system applied eight radio nodes with four on the ground and the other four mounted underneath the secondary pad to sense the relative position between the primary and secondary coils. The radio nodes used by the system are based on an indoor ranging technique called wireless ad hoc system for positioning (WASP), which operates in 5.8-GHz ISM band with a bandwidth of 125 MHz and achieves a distance measurement error of about 0.2 m. Shuwei et al introduced an alignment system using sixteen reference RFID tags and two readers placed on ground and one tracking tag attached to the vehicle [14]. Although the radio alignment method is an alternative option for EV wireless chargers, it can increase the system complexity and thus result in a high-cost wireless charging system.…”
Section: Journal Of Sensorsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…These communication links are based on radio frequency technology [22] or on the use of additional coils or sensors [16]. The same solutions are adopted in [2], [18], [23] for the EV approaching identification. Nevertheless, all these methods become less robust for high vehicle speeds and all of them require the use of additional devices weakening the system fault-tolerance at the cost of increasing system cost and complexity.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%