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Wireless Power Transmitter and Receiver Solutions

IDTP9038 Wireless Transmitter IC
Wireless Power Magnetic Inductance
Wireless Power Magnetic Resonance
IDTP9021 Dual-Mode Wireless Power Receiver IC

Wireless Power IC Transmitter and Receiver - Wireless Charging Technology

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Wireless Power for Battery Charging Stations

IDT is a leader in wireless power transmitter and receiver solutions for wireless charger applications. Addressing all major standards and technologies, our highly integrated and innovative transmitter ICs are designed for use in wireless charging stations in homes, offices, libraries, stores, public waiting areas, airports and airplane seats. IDT’s receiver ICs are targeted for use in portable devices and accessories.

IDT participates in all major industry associations and ecosystems, including the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC), Power Matters Alliance (PMA), Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP), and the Intel Wireless Charging Technology (WCT). IDT develops solutions for both magnetic induction and magnetic resonance wireless power technologies.

About Wireless Charging Technology
Wireless charging technology facilitates the transmission of electrical energy from a power source to an electrical load without connecting wires. The technology is especially useful in cases where wires are hazardous, impossible to connect, or simply inconvenient.

Today’s wireless chargers come in various physical forms, but are all based on the fundamental principles of electromagnetic coupling. Adhering to one or more industry standards, the challenge to build advanced wireless charging circuits is to maximize efficiency, compatibility, and safety, while minimizing the physical dimensions of the solution. IDT’s industry-leading devices offer all of these qualities, enabling wireless charger and portable device manufacturers to easily and effectively integrate wireless charging technology into their next-generation products.

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