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Tri-mode wireless receiver supports magnetic induction

Posted: 22 Feb 2016     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:IDT  wireless receiver  magnetic resonance  smartphone  induction charging 

Integrated Device Technology Inc. (IDT) has rolled out its "tri-mode" wireless power receiver devices that allow AirFuel Alliance magnetic resonance and induction charging systems, as well as the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) magnetic induction Qi technology deployed in various smartphone models. The addition of AirFuel Alliance magnetic resonance adds greater freedom of placement and allows multiple receivers to charge from a common transmitter, the company stated.

This combination of technologies in a single device delivers flexibility and "future proofing" for consumers faced with a choice of mobile devices utilizing different wireless power standards, noted the company.


The P9724 tri-mode device with integrated buck converter provides 5W output power, and is available to select customers, while the P9762 variant offers 10W output power and is available on a pre-release basis. IDT is also previewing the Class 3 AirFuel Alliance Power Transmitter Unit (PTU) capable of output power delivery up to 16W.

The magnetic induction products from IDT have been deployed in more than 70 million devices, from leading smartphones to wearables to furniture, the company indicated. In addition, IDT last year introduced a wireless power reference kit programme, offering an easy path for engineers without wireless power expertise to integrate the capabilities into designs.

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