The operation frequency (f) has been a key parameter in optimizing wireless power transmission links for biomedical implants with millimeter (mm) dimensions. This paper studies the feasibility of using printed spiral coils (PSCs) for powering mm-sized implants with high power transmission efficiency (PTE) at different fps. Compared to wire-wound coils (WWCs), using a PSC in the implant side allows batch fabrication on rigid or flexible substrates, which can also be used as a platform for integrating implant components. For powering an implant with 1 mm diameter, located 10 mm inside the tissue, the geometries of transmitter (Tx) and receiver (Rx) PSCs were optimized at different fPs of 50 MHz, 200 MHz, and 500 MHz using a commercial field solver (HFSS). In simulations, PSC- and WWC-based links achieved maximum PTE of 0.13% and 3.3%, and delivered power of 65.7 μW and 720 μW under specific absorption rate (SAR) constraints at the optimal fp of 50 MHz and 100 MHz, respectively, suggesting that the performance of the PSC-based link is significantly inferior to that of the WWC-based link.