31 Oct '15, 5am

PowerSquare featured in EE Journal: Wireless Power: Making Actual Product

PowerSquare featured in EE Journal: Wireless Power: Making Actual Product

Wireless Power: Making Actual Product by Bryon Moyer November 18, 2014 at 4:56 PM Things have been a bit quiet on the wireless power front, but occasionally I’ll become aware of a new player and will dig in to find out how they work. In particular, given that there are now two main competing resonant (e-field) charging standards , it’s interesting to learn where the various players stand. As a quick review, the two standards are Qi, at a lower frequency (200 kHz) building off of its existing inductive charging market, and Rezence, at a higher frequency (6.78 MHz), which is a newcomer. The latest company I ran across was PowerSquare, who announced their technology this past summer. These guys help illustrate how this market is playing out. Some companies, like WiTricity , are firmly allied with a standard (in their case, Rezence). They develop the basic technology and then ...

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edn.com 31 Oct '15, 5am

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