Tag wireless charging

Proprietary protocols and fast charge implementations are a popular trend within wireless power industry. Samsung was first to release their Fast Charge solution to market and also first to have their proprietary protocol integrated to the Qi compliance program. For any qi-product that supports Samsung Fast Charge, proof of validation testing will now have to be provided in qi-certification.

GBTP in South Korea was the first ATL to invest in the proprietary equipment for Samsung Fast Charge testing and already offers this service to its customers.

Read More

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.

 

Read More
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).
Read More
RERX from nok9 is the industry’s first wireless power 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).
Read More