Wireless charging technology now seems to be ogled many manufacturers. Some time ago, Intel will reportedly begin charging wireles presenting feature in mid-2013, having previously also had to demonstrate wireless charging smartphone via ultrabook.
Subsequent news from Intel now plans to run for a new technology that allows charging of mobile devices with built-in charger. With Integrated Device Technology, Inc.. (IDT), Intel hopes to develop a chipset in early 2013 that allows smartphone battery charging via a laptop.
This plan is not a new idea, because Intel already started thinking about the concept of wireless charging laptops to smartphones since 2008. But working with the IDT is a major step in order to bring these technologies to the consumer. Both companies have stressed the importance of reducing the size and cost of wireless charging as much as possible, so it can be easily integrated into consumer products. IDT already have some experience in this department, having developed a single-chip wireless transmitter and receiver before.
One thing that separates the system from most other wireless charging system is the way energy is transferred between two points. Most of the currently available wireless charging exudes power through induction, the physical contact between the device and the charger, while the chipset is planned to transmit power through inductive coupling resonance. Named such because it involves the transmission of electric energy between two coils that are tuned to resonate at the same frequency.
Because the receiver coil allows most energy even from a distance, the two devices can be separated at a distance of one inch or more without breaking the connection. Intel certainly is not the first company to produce the technology, but it could be one of the earliest to put it in the house. With innovation being applied more broadly, in the future we will be able to see more and more electronic devices are controlled via remote.
According to Intel’s statements, they will start in the IDT chipset reference design products as soon as possible and completed in early 2013. The company is also working with other manufacturers to integrate the technology with other devices, such as printers, cameras, smartphones and case. However, to date, the company has not announced any specific gadget that will use the new wireless charging technology. Still have mentioned that the chipset will be aimed at Ultrabooks, all-in-one PCs, smartphones and standalone charger.Gadget, News