Telecom Lead India: Integrated Device Technology (IDT), a
provider of mixed-signal semiconductor solutions, has been selected by Intel to
develop an integrated transmitter and receiver chipset for Intel’s wireless
charging technology based on resonance technology.
With the partnership with IDT, Intel aims to deliver
validated reference designs that are targeted for deployment in Ultrabooks,
all-in-one (AiO) PCs, smartphones, and standalone chargers.
IDT claims that its wireless charging ICs will provide
size and cost reduction, while simplifying product development and integration.
Arman Naghavi, vice president and general manager of the
Analog and Power Division at IDT, said that the company welcomes the
advancements in resonance technology and will support its continued success by
delivering the most integrated and full-featured ICs in the world.
He added that IDT looks forward to playing a key role in
the proliferation of wireless power technology, resulting in benefits for IDT
customers and shareholders.
IDT targets samples of a resonance receiver IC by the end
of the year, and the transmitter IC is expected to sample in the first half of
Gary Huang, director of PC Growth and Innovation at
Intel, said the partnership with IDT will accelerate the progress toward that
vision with their unique and proven skill to integrate the required features and
functionality into a monolithic solution.
IDT expands RF mixer portfolio with low-distortion dual 400 –
1000 MHz F1102 mixer
Recently, Integrated Device Technology (IDT) introduced a
new Zero-Distortion base transceiver station (BTS) diversity mixer called