CES 2013: IDT to showcase wireless power solutions

Telecom Lead @ CES 2012: Integrated Device Technology (IDT) will exhibit its wireless power solutions at the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES).

“Wireless power is an important element of IDT’s power management strategy. Recently announced partnerships and the development of magnetic induction and magnetic resonance solutions have quickly established IDT as a leader in this market,” said Arman Naghavi, vice president and general manager at IDT.

IDT on Thursday said it will exhibit single-chip wireless power transmitter (IDTP9030) and single-chip receiver solution. The integration enables system designers to significantly reduce component count, board area, and cost to deliver superior wireless charging products in convenient and attractive form factors.

The company claims that both devices comply with the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) Qi standard, which ensures interoperability with any other device meeting the WPC Qi standard. Both transmitter and receiver are capable of “multi-mode” operation, supporting both the Qi standard as well as proprietary formats for added features, increased power output capability, and improved safety.

In addition, IDT will showcase the recently-announced IDTP9035 and IDTP9036 wireless power transmitter solutions, designed to meet the WPC Tx-A5, Tx-A6, and Tx-A11 configurations. The new products expand IDT’s portfolio of WPC Qi-compliant transmitters with solutions optimized for single-coil 5 V and three-coil 12 V applications.

IDT has partnered with both Intel and Qualcomm to develop wireless charging solutions for magnetic resonance-based charging technology. IDT is also a member of the Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP), an independently operated organization composed of global wireless power and technology industry leaders. Next-generation magnetic resonance-based solutions will be on display at the show.

editor@telecomlead.com

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