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zewde yeraswork
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zewde yeraswork   1/9/2014 9:28:33 AM
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700 million wireless charging devices by 2018! That is in fact a huge number, and an indication of just how much opportunity there is in this particular segment.

rick merritt
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Is it really a first?
rick merritt   1/9/2014 11:15:47 AM
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Anyone heard of any other hybrid chips that support resonant and inductive approaches?

Is everyone going to hybrid chips? Does it make sense?

Sanjib.A
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What about apple?
Sanjib.A   1/10/2014 12:48:02 PM
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"Inductive is embraced by companies such as Nokia, Samsung, LG, and Verizon, while resonance is supported by those including AT&T, Google, Proctor, and TI"...

I do not see Apple's name in the list here. I am sure they are also working on evolving wireless charging for their gadgets. What kind of wireless charging technology they are into?

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Re: What about apple?
elctrnx_lyf   1/12/2014 4:31:28 AM
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Definitely yhe multiomode solutions will become universal in future.



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