Here's another attempt I made on wireless power:
I borrowed ideas from http://4hv.org/e107_plugins/forum/forum_viewtopic.php?74096 but due to limited stock on hand, I had to use what I can.
I used 6VDC for power in the form of 4 AA batteries. when testing L3 (transmitter inductor) by connecting voltmeter from one end of the inductor to ground, I get 11.6V output which is about double of the measured battery voltage.
So then I placed my mini receiver circuit made on a pcb that consists of a 100uH inductor connected across the analog inputs of a DF005M rectifier. then its outputs are connected to a capacitor in parallel with a jumper that represents the remote power source.
In my test I literally have the insulating materials of each inductor directly touching each other. when I measured the voltage at the pins, all I get is zero volts. How do I make the number greater than zero? Ideally, I'd like to have at least 3 or 4V so that I'm heading in the right direction.