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    Research and realization of multi-modal,
    high-efficiency biomedical wireless power transfer technology

    Group 1 develops resonating wireless power transfer technology
    for body-insertable medical devices, and obstacle-avoiding,
    propagating wireless power transfer technology for medical devices
    and sensors, as well as transmitter-receivers for biomedical wireless power
    transfer systems.

    Resonating wireless power transfer technology for body-insertable medical devices

    Designing wireless power transfer resonators using the basic resonance method and metamaterial structure, retaining
    the characteristics of the negative refractive index

    Selecting technology suitable for implantable medical systems through research on both the latest and existing technology in
    self-resonating wireless power transfer

    Establishing an electrical circuit and electromagnetic simulation environment for wireless power transfer in body-insertable medical
    devices

    Designing the structure of a system for wireless power transfer and deducing parameters

    Development of high-efficiency transmitter-receivers for biomedical wireless power transfer
    systems

    Research on high-efficiency, self-resonating transmission techniques for wireless power transfer in biomedical MDs

    Obstacle-avoiding, propagating wireless power transfer for medical devices and sensors

    Developing intelligent obstacle-avoiding wireless power and data transfer beam-forming systems

    Research on network topology for ultra-low power biomedical wireless sensor networks

    Designing and verifying the performance of the optimal individual element types of path-optimized beam-forming sequence
    antennas for medical devices

    Development of multi-modal, high-efficiency biomedical wireless power transfer technology