Authentication for secure wireless charging

Authentication for secure wireless charging

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By Nick Flaherty

The communication channel enables customers to authenticate a wirelessly-charged receiver device with a specific charging transmitter base and to transfer data without any additional hardware. This claims to be the industry’s first widely available 15W system offering proprietary pairing of transmit and receive solutions for wireless power applications.

The P9242-R3 and P9221-R3 are 15W wireless power transmitter and receiver ICs, respectively, that are included on the transmitter and receiver boards in the WP15WBD-RK evaluation kit. In-band, bi-directional communication is achieved by communicating signals between the wireless power coils using IDT’s embedded microprocessor technology combined with proprietary algorithms – no additional coils, antennas, or components are required.

“IDT continues to lead the wireless power semiconductor market with the addition of value-added features that allow customers to add more intelligence and differentiate their wireless power systems,” said Laurence McGarry, Product Marketing Director of the Wireless Power Division at IDT. “Charging base authentication has become an important requirement for many of our customers who need control over their end-to-end charging system. Our solution makes this easy to accomplish and offers additional capabilities for improving user experience or transferring data without the need for additional hardware.”

The bi-directional evaluation kit adds bi-directional communication to IDT’s standard, WPC 1.2-compliant, 15-W transmitter P9242-R3 and receiver P9221-R3 evaluation kits without compromising any existing features. The bi-directional evaluation kit delivers industry-leading power conversion efficiency of over 87% from transmitter input to receiver output.

The WP15WBD-RK wireless power evaluation kit includes easy-to-use reference boards and comprehensive design support collateral – easing system integration and enabling immediate prototyping.

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