“Power Transmission through Solar Power Satellite to Earth Surface with Minimum Power Loss”
Ritesh Diwan1, Mohan Awasthy2

1Ritesh Diwan, Phd Scholar (Department of electronics and Communication engineering) CVRU, Bilaspur (C.G.), India.
2Mohan Awasthy, Principal, GH Raisoni Institute Of Engineering And Technology, Nagpur (M.H.), India.
Manuscript received on July 20, 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on August 10, 2019. | Manuscript published on August 30, 2019. | PP: 845-850 | Volume-8 Issue-6, August 2019. | Retrieval Number: F8042088619 /2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.F8042.088619
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Abstract: Now days, expanding needs of photovoltaic cells and other solar oriented power establishments are in administration around the globe and in space. These utilizations extend from essential electric power source for satellites, remote site logical experiment and towns in creating nations to enhancing the commercial electric grid and giving fractional power for individual organization. In space, power produced by photovoltaic cells after conversion from sunlight will become mainstay of power source for Earth and geostationary satellite bodies. The conspicuous reason is daylight on earth is excessively untrustworthy, whereas in space energy can be harvest by 24 hours. The challenge is to harvest maximum energy and transmit the energy from space to earth in the form of microwave frequency with minimum power loss. In this work to harvest maximum power,s we change the directivity range of receiving antenna to -40 dB, Received microwave frequency from transmitting antenna is in the form of beam of rectangular array, In previous work, directivity ranges from 0 to -8 dB for receiving frequency 70.00 MHz causes cutoff of transmitted frequency for below 2.45 GHz, if directivity ranges increase from 0 to -40 dB then transmitting frequency ranges till 2.00 GHz will be utilized by which after conversion in rectenna we get total 223.42 MW power.
Keywords: Rectenna, SPS, SBSP, Wireless Power Transfer, WPT.