The subject of wireless power has been of great fascination since antiquity. First proposed in modern times by Nikola Tesla, it has intrigued and challenged the academic world. While there have been many attempts to describe this work, the mathematical explanation of wireless power can be traced to J. Clerk Maxwell’s original equations and the behavior of wireless power in the circuit is due to Joseph Larmor’s fundamental works on the dynamics of the field concept. Once you experience the unlimited nature of wireless power, it captures your imagination. One can build devices big and small at a range of frequencies, from small implants to industrial and robotic applications. This book is written for those who thrive on innovation and the unforetold limits of the evolution of the human spirit.