A goal of this work is to find a possible explanation of the experimental results of  where the wireless power transfer between two coils is investigated. We show that this wireless power transfer is provided by the longitudinal component of the EM field. Using Jefimenko's approach of solving the Maxwell equations we show that under specific conditions the longitudinal component drops with the distance as 1/R. This result dependence can explain the experimentally detected dependence of the transferred power in the experiment.
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