31 Oct '15, 5am

Article at EDN

Article at EDN

The global market for wireless charging is expected to increase 40-fold from $216 million in 2013 to $8.5 billion by 2018, according to IHS.1 The evolution of the sector, however, is impacted by the existence of several mutually incompatible standards. Looking to the future, the question for many developers is whether or not all of these standards can coexist in one consolidated, affordable, and efficient standard for wireless charging. Although wireless power transfer was conceptualized more than a century ago, it has gained relevance in the past few years, especially after the emergence of standards like Wireless Power Consortium (WPC, 2008), Power Matters Alliance (PMA, 2012), and Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP) a.k.a. Rezence (2012). The key stakeholders in the value chain are device manufactures like Samsung, Microsoft (Nokia), HTC, and LG; Original Design Manufact...

Full article: http://www.edn.com/design/power-management/4438981/Can-al...

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