Hello so my university is closed because of covid. I am allowed one day into their labs to build and test my WPT device.
My Tx is very large compared to my Rx. I have tested their inductance with a LCR meter.
The Tx has inductance 16.7micro H and the the Rx has 1.4micro H. I'm choosing a resonant frequency of 400kHz. That's because the capacitors for the WPT I have available are .01micro F for the Tx and .1micro F for the Rx.
All I have are the capacitors and the coils with wire soldered on. My university has a wave form generator and a NVA machine where some one will help me test WPT.
I was going to place the .01micro F in series with my Tx. The .1micro F in parallel with the Rx. Maybe a bread board for the Tx and directly solder the parallel cap to my Rx. I'm not sure about resistors at all...
My question is, I've never done anything like this. Is this the best way about building this simple circuit. I'm so worried my school is going to allow me in for one day and I'm going to come unprepared and not get any WPT or made a mistake somewhere. Any suggestion to actually building the resonant circuit. Also I know my Rx is very small and very then(I think 18micro meters), however in Maxwell software in ANYSYS, I have power transfer of like 80% at 70mm+(Also the simulation came up with slightly different inductance values but it was close). If I can get anything like that in the lab I will be so happy. Please any help of suggestions for building this circuit.