Wireless power transmission via radio frequency (RF) attracts attention as a power source for small devices such as wireless sensor networks (WSN). Among these, the method using RF waves have the advantage that power can be transmitted over long distances about several meters. Because RF waves can transmit power from a single power supply over a wide area simultaneously. RF can also drive a wireless sensor network semi-permanently. However, simply transmitting radio waves will cause problems such as interference and reflection, then it will reduce efficiency. In this paper, we propose an efficient wireless power transmission scheme by controlling the phase using an all-pass filter (APF). APF is a filter that acts only on the phase of the signal and realizes interference mitigation by controlling the phase difference. Experimental results show that the application of APF to wireless power transfer increased the voltage across WSN devices.