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2011-09-29 WPC pushes wireless charging for cars
The WPC Automotive Application Group aims to advance automotive wireless charging solutions and applications.
2009-01-14 Wireless power consortium pursues standard
A new global initiative to drive convenience in electronics charging was launched at the first Wireless Power Consortium conference at Hong Kong Science Park. The Wireless Power Consortium pursues a standard for a universal wireless power charging.
2011-01-10 Wireless charging products show off standard
The Wireless Power Consortium announces the display of new products and prototypes using the universal wireless charging standard Qi at the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show.
2012-03-19 Wireless charging of medical electronics
Here's a look at the benefits and drawbacks of wireless charging for medical devices.
2010-10-25 Wireless charging in cars planned
Auto industry executives are working on interoperability standards for wireless charging technologies in cars, including optical, RF, conductive and inductive approaches.
2012-07-16 Vishay Intertechnology introduces new Rx coil for 5 V wireless charging circuitry
New device features high permeability shielding and efficiency greater than 70 %.
2012-06-01 Various techniques for wireless charging
Read about the promising techniques and ways for implementing wireless charging.
2014-01-13 Toshiba's 5W chipset boasts fast wireless charging
The company introduced enhancements to the TB6865FG power transmitter and TC7763WBG receiver chipset that claims to enable faster wireless charging of mobile devices.
2012-12-13 Toshiba unveils Qi-compliant charging chipset
The Toshiba power transmitter and receiver chipset, TB6865FG and TB6860WBG, claim to reduce component count, board space and cost for mobile devices such as smartphones.
2014-01-24 TI wireless charging controller touts foreign object detection
TI's bq500412 controller, a wireless power transfer circuit with foreign object detection, allows designers to bring to market 3-coil, 5-V, and 12-V A6 charging stations compliant with the Wireless Power Consortium 1.1 specification.
2011-04-21 TI boasts industry's smallest wireless power receiver chip
TI has introduced what it claims to be the smallest power receiver chip that easily integrates wireless charging technology into new and existing portable electronics.
2013-03-20 Smaller devices enter scope of wireless charging market
VTT Techinical Research centre of Finland is working with the industry's leading technological companies to include small devices such as wireless mice and sensors into the wireless charging fold.
2012-05-10 Qualcomm, Samsung pioneer wireless power group
The A4WP will focus on a new wireless power transfer technology that provides spatial freedom for charging electrical devices in cars, on table tops and for charging multiple devices simultaneously.
2013-06-25 Qualcomm powers up wireless charging initiative
Qualcomm has agreed to license its wireless charging technology, based on the A4WP specification into products for cars and office equipment, via Gill Electronics.
2011-11-10 Qualcomm buys its way to EV wireless charging
The firm acquired HaloIPT and its electric vehicle wireless charging capability based on a technology called inductive power transfer.
2012-05-04 Qi to include longer range magnetic resonance charging
The Wireless Power Consortium revealed that Qi open wireless charging standard can provide full support and compatibility for longer-distance magnetic resonance technologies.
2012-01-12 Partnership targets wireless charging
Leyden Energy and Powermat Technologies plan to develop wireless chargeable high-density battery cells and packs based on Leyden's core Li-imide salt technology
2013-03-12 Multi-mode power circuits speed wireless power adoption
TI will continue to develop bqTESLA wireless power receiver and transmitter ICs that comply with existing and future versions of the Wireless Power Consortium Qi standard
2012-09-07 MOSFETs, diodes aimed at wireless charging
Toshiba's small signal middle power type Schottky barrier diodes and dual N-channel MOSFETs target wireless power transfer applications for devices such as mobile phones, tablets and notebooks
2010-07-15 Is wireless charging ready for prime time?
Is wireless charging going to be a long-term winner, a loser, or a respectable, solid, mid-range success?
2009-03-20 Integrated RF charging tech powers battery
The new PowerPlane MX Li-ion battery from Planar Energy Devices is targeted for applications that require self-sufficient milli-amp-hour energy storage. It has an integrated RF wireless charging technology.
2014-02-04 Implement compact wireless battery charging
Wireless charging adds value, reliability and robustness in many applications.
2011-06-08 IHS: Wireless charging solutions to grow 616% in 2011
Market research firm IHS iSuppli has released a report saying wireless charging solutions will surge this year to 616 percent but fears implementation of a universal standard will take years.
2013-10-10 IDT takes on wireless power market with dual-mode solution
IDT's dual-mode solution can automatically switch between WPC and PMA protocols and negotiate the power exchange without user supervision.
2010-09-15 Fujitsu unveils design tool for MR wireless charging
Fujitsu uses magnetic field analysis simulator and specialized circuit simulator to design wireless charging systems
2012-08-15 EPC taps hi-fi eGans for new wireless charging system
Advanced switching speeds enhances power efficiency for highly resonant wireless power
2010-11-19 Energy harvesting kit for wireless charging targets RF devices
Powercast launches development kit for energy harvesting system for wireless charging
2010-07-05 CE market embraces wireless charging
About 235 million electronics devices with wireless charging capability are forecast to ship in 2014, a 65-fold increase from the 3.6 million expected to ship this year, according to iSuppli Corp.
2011-09-20 CE devices, EVs to gain from wireless charging
Factors such as consumer safety, compatibility issues and potential for growth are seen as driving forces for wireless power transmission adoption, says IDTechEx
2012-11-21 Wireless power receiver pushes mobile charging
TI's bq51050B claims to give smartphone users a simpler, stress-free charging experience and help designers implement wireless power technology in places such as car consoles, charging pads and office furniture.
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