# Using Induction for Wireless Apparatus'

Hi, I was wondering if it is possible to use induction to create and maintain a reference ground between two wireless apparatus'?

For example:

Code:
WA1                  WA2
--                    --
INDUCTION?!INDUCTION?!IN
GNDGNDGNDGNDGNDGNDGNDGND
Distance between WA1 and WA2 is at most 14 metres and distance between either WA and GND has a range of

~.01 to ~.5 metres.

WA1 and WA2 are moving rather constantly (not ALWAYS, however!) and fairly rapidly.

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Hi, I was wondering if it is possible to use induction to create and maintain a reference ground between two wireless apparatus'?

For example:

Code:
WA1                  WA2
--                    --
INDUCTION?!INDUCTION?!IN
GNDGNDGNDGNDGNDGNDGNDGND
Distance between WA1 and WA2 is at most 14 metres and distance between either WA and GND has a range of

~.01 to ~.5 metres.

WA1 and WA2 are moving rather constantly (not ALWAYS, however!) and fairly rapidly.
Not sure I'm understanding the question. How can you have a "reference ground" between two floating, disconnected devices? Seems like you'd need a wire... And why would you want such a "reference"?

Thanks to the wonders of MS Paint, I was able to make the situation a little more clear.

Behold! The great art skills of the Wetmelon!

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