IDT to Showcase its Latest Wireless Power Advancements at CES 2019

December 19, 2018 by Paul Shepard

Integrated Device Technology, Inc. (IDT) will give customers a look at the evolution of wireless power with demonstrations of new technology at CES 2019 in Las Vegas, the global exhibition for innovation. IDT has led the first wave of wireless power adoption and continues to be at the core of most smartphone receiver and transmitter device implementation.

As the market enters the next phase of 'early majority' adoption and predicted to grow towards 2 billion receiver/transmitter device shipments by 2013, IDT is ready to unveil and demonstrate the next disruptive wireless power technology developments.

IDT offers the industry’s most integrated and advanced PMA and Qi wireless charging solutions for inductive charger applications (also known as electromagnetic induction or direct induction). Inductive power solutions transfer power between two coils that are placed in close proximity to each other, but that can be separated by non-interfering materials such as a plastic mobile phone enclosure or wooden table top. This technology facilitates the ubiquitous deployment of inductive charging “hot spots,” enabling consumers to charge their devices by simply placing them on a surface.

Attendees can request to see the demonstrations and to meet with IDT's wireless power experts during the show, January 8-11, 2019.

IDT's wireless power technology demonstrations at CES will include:

  • Bi-directional communications: smart, contextually aware transmitters also enable authentication
  • Innovative cooling technology: to enable faster wireless charging
  • Devices as both receivers and transmitters: the next step for the portable power ecosystem
  • In-vehicle wireless charging: customer reference board and GUI for quick deployment
  • Wirelessly-powered smart locks: next-generation battery-less security technology for electronic locks

IDT is a wireless power pioneer and the global leader in solutions for both the Rx used in smartphones and other applications, as well as the Tx used in charging pads and automotive in-car applications.