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High Frequency Diagnostics & Engineering Ltd

Address: HFDE Ltd, Clydeway House, 813 South Street, Glasgow G14 0BX, UK
URL: www.hfde.co.uk

High Frequency Diagnostics & Engineering (HFDE) Ltd specialises in high frequency sensing, detection and diagnosis of defects in high voltage (HV) equipment. Services that we provide include:
- Expertise in electromagnetic energy harvesting for autonomous sensors
- Design of power line energy harvesting technology
- Consultancy on wireless power transfer, electromagnetic modelling / calculations, and RF metrology
- Partial discharge (PD) surveys of all types of HV equipment
- Prototyping and optimisation of sensors for PD detection
- Short and long-term monitoring of power transformers, GIS, HV cables and substation equipment

Dr Martin Judd

Position: Technical Director
E-Mail: m.judd [AT] hfde.co.uk

Related Projects

Relevant Publications
Dr Martin Judd, (2013) Harvesting Energy From Magnetic Fields to Power Condition Monitoring Sensors. In: IEEE Sensors Journal, Vol. 13, Issue 6, pp. 2263-2270.

Dr Martin Judd, (2013) Optimization of Voltage Doublers for Energy Harvesting Applications. In: IEEE Sensors Journal, Vol. 13, Issue 12, pp. 4904 - 4911.

Dr Martin Judd, Leigh Fraser (National Grid), (2010) A Novel Inductive Electromagnetic Energy Harvester for Condition Monitoring Sensors. In: Proc. 3rd Int. Conf. on Condition Monitoring and Diagnosis (CMD2010), August 2010, Tokyo, Japan.

Dr Martin Judd, P. J. Moore, (2009) Energy Harvesting in Substations for Powering Autonomous Sensors. In: Proc. 3rd Int. Conf. on Sensor Technologies and Applications (SENSORCOMM '09), Athens, Greece, June 2009, pp. 246-249.

Peter Baker, Dr Martin Judd, John Fitch (National Grid), (2009) Alternative Power Sources for Autonomous Sensors in High Voltage Plant. In: Proc. Electrical Insulation Conference (EIC 2009), Montreal, Canada, pp. 36-39, June 2009.

Dr Martin Judd, John Fitch (National Grid), (2009) Development of magnetic induction energy harvesting for condition monitoring. In: Proc. 44th Int. Universities Power Engineering Conference (UPEC 2009), Glasgow, UK, September 2009.

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