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The nok9 team recently participated in the WPC1803 meeting as part of the 2018 Wireless Power Week (2018WPW), the world’s largest wireless power event, in Montreal, Canada.

This year’s seminars emphasized the growing collaboration between academic and industry experts working on key WPC initiatives focused on the continued growth and integration of wireless power technologies into everyday life.

2018WPW was jointly cosponsored by the IEEE PELS and MTT Societies. For the first time, this event combined three major conferences in the field: IEEE PELS Workshop on Emerging Technologies: Wireless Power (WoW), IEEE MTT-S Wireless Power Transfer Conference (WPTC), and the Wireless Power Congress of the Wireless Power Consortium.

 

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nok9 has partnered with Wurth, IDT and Cetecom to present a series of four free wireless power seminars in Germany focused on learning more about the technology, how to measure it and how to design products with it.

Complete details can be downloaded below:

Wireless Power Seminar Series – Germany

Wireless Power Seminar Agenda – Germany

To register please visit: https://www.we-online.com/web/de/electronic_components/teaser_pbs/form_1010735_Seminar-Anmeldung.php

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nok9 recently announced RERX as its latest innovation and the industry’s first automotive reference receiver designed to meet the global requirements of automotive standards for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and the recommendations of the Wireless Power Consortium/Automotive Application Group (WPC/ AAG).
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nok9 recently participated in the 2018 Wireless Power Congress in Munich where Tilde Rolder presented her future outlook for the cordless kitchen and attendees were able to experience the BASE wireless power testing system firsthand.
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At this year’s CES, we introduced EVA III, the industry’s first comprehensive set of evaluation and compliance tools designed for performance testing and evaluation of wireless power devices within the emerging Cordless Kitchen specification from the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC).
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With the launch of Apple’s new iPhones enabled with Qi wireless power and the addition of Powermat to the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC), wireless charging is making news at CES in a big way.
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nok9 joined over 300 members of the Wireless Power Consortium in San Francisco for the Qi Developer Conference and Wireless Power Tradeshow hosted by Apple. Our team participated in the Plugfest and IOP sessions, working with other industry leaders on the evolving Qi product design, testing, safety, regulatory and certification guidelines.
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