Design and miniaturization of a microsystem to power biomedical implants using grey wolf optimizer-based cuckoo search algorithm

Brahim Ouacha, Hamid Bouyghf, Mohammed Nahid, Said Abenna


One of the greatest techniques, inductive coupling is frequently utilized in the biomedical sector for wireless energy transfer to implants. The aim of this article is to develop and analyze the effect of inductor geometrical characteristics, distance between transmitter (TX) and receiver (RX) and also the operating frequency on the wireless power transfer system, using grey wolf optimizer-based cuckoo search (GWO-CS) algorithm. Power transfer efficiency (PTE), power provided to load, and other critical components must all be improved or maximized and miniaturaze the microsystem proposed. The invention, design, and optimization of coils square spirals in a wireless energy transfer system using a resonant inductive link are the emphasis of this paper. The GWO-CS approach is evaluated to existing methods, demonstrated by simulations and to demonstrate the effectiveness of the suggested strategy.


grey wolf optimizer-cuckoo search; implantable devices; inductive coupling; metaheuristic algorithms; power delivered to load; power transfer efficiency;

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International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)
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